Destruction Of Sodom Poster

Destruction Of Sodom by Jonathan E Raddatz

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Destruction Of Sodom Poster By Jonathan E Raddatz

Frame

Top Mat

Bottom Mat

Dimensions

Image:

8.00" x 4.13"

Overall:

10.00" x 6.13"

 

Print:

Destruction of Sodom by Jonathan E Raddatz - 8.00" x 4.13"

$17.00

Material:

Archival Matte Paper

$7.35

Finish:

Rolled in a Tube

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Assembly:

Assembly Charge

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Total:

 

$24.35

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About the Image

Destruction of Sodom by Jonathan E Raddatz

Ancient Jewish legend has it that the cities of the plains - of which Sodom was the central metropolis - where once located where the Dead Sea is today. That is to say, ancient tradition maintains that the ruins of Sodom lie at the bottom of the Dead Sea. At 423 meters below sea level, the Dead Sea is the lowest elevation of land in the world. It is also the deepest hypersaline lake on Earth. Rictor Norton views classical Jewish texts as stressing the cruelty and lack of hospitality of the inhabitants of Sodom to the "stranger".[23] The Jewish Encyclopedia has information on the importance of hospitality to the Jewish people.[24] The people of Sodom were seen as guilty of many other significant sins. Rabbinic writings affirm that the...

About the Artist - Jonathan E Raddatz

Jonathan E Raddatz

Hi. My name is Jonathan Edward Raddatz, but I sign my paintings using my initials because they are shorter, easier to remember, and combined they make a nice logo. You can go ahead and call me Jonathan. I see my paintings as trans-dimensional portals that allow the viewer to transcend space/time as we normally experience these things. They point to a larger ontological reality that both elevates and humbles you. My main goal in painting is to expose the human condition. I My body of work is thus a brutal, yet poignant testimony of our times in the shadow of eternity. Aside from painting, I am a dedicated family man. I value spending quality time with my wife and two boys. I also like cats, dogs, gardening and - believe it or not -...

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