Sword of Damocles (Brain Tumor IV)
Covey, Rosemary Feit, 1954- , American
2/60ed. 60The print is the fourth in the "Brain Tumor" series. The series was suggested to Covey by David Welch who had undergone the procedure. Prints in the series are on paper that has been purposely altered by being wrinkled, torn, ripped, and otherwise mistreated. This treatment often extends into the image area making each proof unique. Covey said that this print was a portrait of David Welch.Close-up portrait of man wearing Greco-Roman helmet. The title refers to the Greek story of King Dionysius and courtier Damocles.
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Accession Number2011.1.443; APT-BAG: georgetown.edu.10822_1040589.tar;APT-ETAG: fb05e661e944f759896d0cf55bf9accf; APT-DATE: 2017-03-02_15:03:15
Image Dimensions192 x 119 mm (image)
MediumMonochrome (black/gray/sepia only); Resingrave engraving on paper
Credit LineGift of Eric Mackenzie in memory of William C. Garwood and Gwendolyn Garwood
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