Artist's Description

The brown hyena, also called strandwolf, is a species of hyena found in Namibia, Botswana, western and southern Zimbabwe, southern Mozambique and South Africa. In some instances it has repopulated the abandoned mining towns of Namibia. Hence the faded diamond motif. A metaphor for the hubris of a Capitalist industry and in hindsight of the times we live in. It draws parallels with the themes of explored in Yeat's poem of the same name.

PLEASE NOTE: This artwork ships from South Africa on unstretched canvas rolled into a sturdy mailing tube. Simply take it to your framer; stretching a canvas is a standard service offered at any good frame shop.

The Second Coming

$2,599
original oil painting by Gary Frier
Materials
Oil stretched canvas
Size
W:90cm x H:61cm x D:0.25cm
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    • Artist's Description

      The brown hyena, also called strandwolf, is a species of hyena found in Namibia, Botswana, western and southern Zimbabwe, southern Mozambique and South Africa. In some instances it has repopulated the abandoned mining towns of Namibia. Hence the faded diamond motif. A metaphor for the hubris of a Capitalist industry and in hindsight of the times we live in. It draws parallels with the themes of explored in Yeat's poem of the same name.

      PLEASE NOTE: This artwork ships from South Africa on unstretched canvas rolled into a sturdy mailing tube. Simply take it to your framer; stretching a canvas is a standard service offered at any good frame shop.

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