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Between God and the Deep Blue Sea by Kim Curtis
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Between God and the Deep Blue Sea - Original Framed Drawing

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Between God and the Deep Blue Sea is an original pen and ink drawing by Kim Curtis. The drawing is part of a series of illustrations depicting scenes from famous stories from all over the world. This particular piece looks at one of the most famous Biblical stories – Jonah and the Whale. In this Old Testament tale, Jonah defies God and tries to flee on board a boat. To demonstrate his far-reaching power, God sends a storm that forces Jonah to abandon the boat and then sends a fish to swallow him to save him from drowning.

Although the story is more famously known as Jonah and the Whale, the original text simply describes a large fish. I have kept to the original in drawing an almost mythical, scaly fish.

The drawing is executed in black fineliners and brush pens on hot pressed watercolour paper.  The dark wood frame in which the drawing is presented is glazed and complete with fixings ready for hanging.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the painting. Dimensions given, below, are the outer measurements of the frame.

Dimensions 860mm x 320mm x 30mm

Description

Between God and the Deep Blue Sea is an original pen and ink drawing by Kim Curtis. The drawing is part of a series of illustrations depicting scenes from famous stories from all over the world. This particular piece looks at one of the most famous Biblical stories – Jonah and the Whale. In this Old Testament tale, Jonah defies God and tries to flee on board a boat. To demonstrate his far-reaching power, God sends a storm that forces Jonah to abandon the boat and then sends a fish to swallow him to save him from drowning.

Although the story is more famously known as Jonah and the Whale, the original text simply describes a large fish. I have kept to the original in drawing an almost mythical, scaly fish.

The drawing is executed in black fineliners and brush pens on hot pressed watercolour paper.  The dark wood frame in which the drawing is presented is glazed and complete with fixings ready for hanging.
Easel not included. Watermark shown does not appear on the painting. Dimensions given, below, are the outer measurements of the frame.

Dimensions 860mm x 320mm x 30mm

Additional information

Weight 2.6 kg
Dimensions 860 × 320 × 30 mm
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