(NEW) Let's Just Say Perseus Won't Be Needing His Boots Anymore

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(NEW) Let's Just Say Perseus Won't Be Needing His Boots Anymore

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Giclee (Fine Art Digital Print)  Acid free paper 

Limited Edition of 150

Signed, numbered and titled by A.N. Sherman

Includes the story behind the silhouette

10x13 inches available matted or unmatted

Mat fits in a 12 x 16 ready-made frame. Print will arrive hinged in a 11.5x8 window (2 inches of white mat board on all sides). The mat is ph neutral and frame ready.

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Let's Just Say Perseus Won't Be Needing His Boots Anymore refers to the golden winged sandals that Perseus acquired in order to bring the head of Medusa (poor Gorgon) to Athena. My imagination was ignited by reading Edith Hamilton's "Mythology: Timeless Tales of Gods and Heroes " as a girl. It wasn't until I got older, that it occurred to me, to question why the young men got to have all the fun (have winged footwear – not murder Gorgons). The boots in this painting are a pair I couldn't resist once I spotted them in a shop window in SOHO, minus the raven wings of course! It's all about the boots - the ones that make you feel like you could take on anything, even ascend among the clouds. 

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