Departure

     
33"x23" tempera, unframed

$1500.00

Description

Death to Jerome was the prelude to eternal life. He envisioned the end of the physical body as merely the event that enabled the spirit to free itself. There was no sorrow. Jerome viewed death as the final climactic achievement. The young warrior has died in battle, yet the painting does not evoke sadness, but is a triumphant statement of the undying spirit of man. Although the theme is portrayed with an Indian warrior, it is universal in its appeal--representing all who have tried to find comfort in the face of death and defeat, and who maintain hope for life after death.
from "The Life and Art of Jerome Tiger"
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