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Cardona-Hine's Journeys of Osiris Museum Egyptian Painting

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Cardona-Hine's Journeys of Osiris Museum Egyptian Painting
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Journeys of Osiris, mounted on another canvas, like the Isis painting, creates the illusion of an ancient painting.

In the artist's words, the painting is a composite representation of a complex myth. Osiris is killed, placed on a barge, his body cut up and spread throughout Egypt. A tree grows out of him. He is the symbol of the agricultural source of life. And his hand is raised in a gesture of blessing.

The colors glow and a light appears to break out from behind the mounted canvas. Mystery is embodied here.

Journeys of Osiris measures 54 x 54.