“I couldn’t go to church and worship God if I didn’t try to help that man.”
- Atticus Finch’s Church
From the very text of To Kill a Mockingbird, Atticus Finch’s Church is a lithograph giving life to literature. From the minute detail of the church to the almost 3D effect the design has on the eye, this work of art hangs well on the art connoisseur’s wall as well as the well-read writer. For the noble at heart and the strong of will, this lithograph represents moral obligation and resilience. This gift inspires and enlightens. In remembrance of Nelle Harper Lee.
image size: 6" X 8"
paper size: 8¾ " X 10"
Handpulled linocut print, signed by artist, water-based inks, 100% heavy, cotton paper
Print backed with firm acid free cardstock and in a sealed cello-bag
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