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Tituba Being Borne Out of the Flames

© the artist. Photo credit: Lewisham College

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The painting came about after the artist read Arthur Miller's play 'The Crucible'. The woman being carried has been ruined by carnal knowledge. This is symbolised by her raised shirt and bare legs and thighs.

Lewisham College, Lewisham Campus



Tituba Being Borne Out of the Flames




oil on canvas


H 63.5 x W 60 cm

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