Fine Art Print | What if

 125,00 375,00

‘What if’ fine art print is the original digital sketch used to create the large painting ‘What if’ for the exhibition from the artists’ association St. Lucas in Amsterdam. According to legend, St. Lucas, the patron saint of painters and carvers, painted a portrait of Mary and Jesus from life, which became known as the icon ‘Hodegetria’. The ‘black Madonna’ (source: ‘Wikipedia) is said to give a true picture of what Mary looked like. This work was created especially for the exhibition, in the traditionally Jewish neighborhood in the Dokzaal, inspired by these stories.

A controversial work that draws attention to well-trodden paths and patterns. Truths, prejudices and beliefs. According to the stories, Jesus would have a Jewish background. This could mean that the ‘white’ image that is so familiar might not be correct. By portraying a dark-skinned Mary with child, Eva creates a completely different image than is known. The text that accompanies the image is intended to stimulate and make you think.

Text: ‘What if the cover changes. Would it change the book? And therefore your truth?’

Fine Art Print on 350grams of Hahnemühle FineArt Hemp paper. High quality printed on Epson Stylus Pro 11880 inktjet printer. Limited edition fine art print of 20 pieces, signed, numbered and comes with a certificate of authenticity.

Information about frame: 5 mm black aluminium frame. Tru Vue museum glass.



The piece ‘What if’ is also available as a limited edition print. Printed on the glossy Hahnemüle Hemp paper (350grams) The prints will be signed, numbered and come with a certificate of authenticity. Print size 22 x 32 cm.

Option to frame the print in a 5 mm black aluminium frame.



Additional information

Dimensions 24 × 34 cm

with frame, without frame