Light falling through a dark landscape by Colin McCahon
Print Code: 9852
Abstract PrintImage size in millimetres: 390 x 600
From the gallery notes on the original painting: “In this abstract work, Colin McCahon has used light to symbolically represent hope. McCahon often featured light in his works, both as a physical phenomenon and as a metaphor. In 1971 McCahon worked on a series of small acrylic paintings called Necessary Protection in which he used the basic shapes of ‘I’ and ‘T’ to symbolise spiritual associations and humankind's need for help and protection. Light Falling Through a Dark Landscape belongs to this period and is characteristic of his attempt to embody something of the spirituality of the image through the use of colour.” We stock a high quality (giclee) print of the original painting, printed using lightfast ink that will give you decades of enjoyment.
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