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And the Walls Came Tumblin’ Down
Morton Garchik (American)
This work is Morton Garchik’s vision of the fall of the walls of Jericho. The Book of Joshua tells the story of the Battle of Jericho, the first battle in the Israelite’s conquest of Canaan—the promised land. The Israelites marched around the city walls once a day for six days and seven times on the seventh day and then blew their trumpets, at which point God caused the walls to come tumbling down, the story of Jericho is a lesson of the power of God.
Lithograph in colors on fine translucent natural-white wove paper
Apparently printed by the artist’s own hand, (as signified by the notation “imp.” after the artist’s name)
Hand-signed in pencil by the artist en recto lower right. Titled in pencil by the artist en recto lower center. Editioned in pencil by the artist en recto lower left.
This is an artist’s proof.
Custom matted and framed in a wooden frame behind 99% UV-filtering Conservation Glass using strictly conservation-grade materials.
Very good condition. Well-inked, full margins, crisply printed. Modest age toning.
22.5 in. (h) × 17.5 in. (d) x .5 in. (d)
About 14.25 in. (h) × 10.5 in. (w)
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