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ARK print by Edward Hicks
 
ARK print by Edward Hicks Quantity in Basket: None
Code: Ark-E-Hicks
Price: $49.99
In Stock: available for immediate delivery.
 
 
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Noah's Ark reproduction print from Edward Hicks Original.
Print Measures: 25 x 32 inches (image measures: 23.5 x 27 ")
Will be delivered rolled in a tube.


"Noah's Ark, 1846 by Edward Hicks is a time-honored painting emphasizing harmonious living and tolerance among all creatures. This artwork illustrates the Biblical story in which God commands Noah to build an ark to save himself and all animals from a devastating flood. A Quaker preacher, Hicks (1780 - 1849) painted to express his faith and to inspire others. The lion in this work is a self-portrait. Hicks depicted predators and prey side-by-side to illustrate the peaceful world envisioned by Quakers. One of Hicks' best-known works, this piece is displayed in Philadelphia's Museum of Art.



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