A collection of over one hundred variations of the cross painted by a midwestern wife of a pastor. Though the cross is now primarily associated with Christianity, it is an ancient symbol used by past cultures throughout time and the world over. 84 shown here - there are about 125 total. Displayed together they make a powerful installation.
Iconographically there are four basic variations:
1) Crux quadrata (a cross of four equal arms);
2) Crux immissa (with a long stem ratio);
3) Crux commissa (based on the Greek letter tau or “T”); and
4) Crux decussata (based on the Roman decussis or 10, “X”).
The collection is assembled in a binder with each page in an archival sleeve.
HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES AVAILABLE.
Condition: Each very good to excellent with expected wear from age and use.
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|Dealer||STEVEN S. POWERS|
|Artist/Maker||Mrs. George Dunham|
|Measurements||8”(w) x 10 1/2” (h) (each)|
|Inventory||View Dealer's Inventory|
|Contact||Steve Powers, 917-518-0809 or firstname.lastname@example.org|