October 15, 2015Giclée prints are high quality ink-jet prints that artists and galleries…
A series of 11 etchings and aquatints interpreting the passion and resurrection of Christ. These were some of the first etchings I ever made while working at the Edinburgh Printmakers’ Workshop, reworkings of larger paintings. The images provide a modern twist on the classic christian iconography of the stations of the cross, capturing 11 incidents in the Easter story: five before and five after the pivotal moment of the entombment of Jesus. The titles are short questions or phrases taken from the original Greek text of the New Testament. I generally only printed 4 or 5 of each image before the plates were lost in one of my moves. One complete set is available for sale (mixed numbers 2 and 3 of 25), otherwise as marked.
15 x 23 cm. Edition 25, printed on Somerset Creme paper. £85 each including postage
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Where have you laid him? (The raising of Lazarus) one availableTake, Eat (Last Supper) one available Not as I will (Gethsemane) Two available Friend why have you come ? (Betrayal of Judas, Gethsemane) one available My God, my God, Why have you forsaken me? ( Crucifixion, after Grünewald) one available) And they buried Jesus (Entombment) one available) Why are you crying, Mary ? (Resurrection appearance, Easter Sunday) one available What are these words (Resurrection appearance, Road to Emmaus) one available) Come, have Breakfast (Resurrection Appeance, Sea of Galilee) two available See my hands and my feet (Resurrection appearance to disciples) one available) Why do you stand staring into heaven ? (Ascension)