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Jackson, E. M.

Price: $3,500.00

Description: Allegory – Life and Death 

Comment: My theory, and it's hardly groundbreaking, is that this was painted probably for a magazine story as commentary in the aftermath of WWII. For many the lily is the symbol of rebirth and purity. We can read this as a commentary that all will be forgiven. Whether it will, or it won't is a question for another day. Given Jackson's training as an architect, this would also make sense as a design for something more monumental than a magazine story. An impressive original.

Price: $3,500 (+ $125 domestic shipping)


Artist E.M. Jackson (1896-1962)
Condition Has been relined… probably on the order of twenty years ago. Some areas of embedded dirt and a couple stray marks, could use a fresh coat of varnish, not framed.
Medium Oil on canvas, limited color
Publication Information Publication information not known.
Signature Signed lower left
Size 41 x 17.75”
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