8″ x 10″ (some on larger paper) 2-color screenprint on high-quality paper using water-based and acrylic inks.
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From a sketch of Sperlonga, Italy made in 2002. I was attending the American Academy in Rome’s Classical Summer School and we had visited the museum and cave whence a colossal statue of Polyphemus stabbed by Odysseus was discovered, possibly the dining room decoration for the emperor Tiberius, 1st century CE.
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