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Litany of the Last Things

Item Code: RJ-85923
Mixed media assemblage
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Base price $4,756

Litany of the Last Things.

In Christian theology the four last things of man are Death, Judgement, Heaven, and Hell, the four last stages of the soul in life and the afterlife. Four pages from the Mission Tune Book with musical scores of once living remains.

Mixed media assemblage:

Mission Tune Book
Small bird, vole and shrew remains
Insects (inc cricket and moths)
Teeth (inc seal, porpoise, fox)
Broken Song Thrush Egg
horse hair
Other found objects
Richard James PortraitRichard James was born in 1963 in Northampton. He has works in private collections all over the UK and US. Much of his work makes strong use of astronomical association: an attempt to recognise the greater mystery inherent in the commonplace fragments of exhausted life. He strives to offer glimpses of the unknown, to uncover fragments of hidden mystery and explore the subliminal landscape concealed by the everyday.
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