The Death Of Man by Mark Sheeky

G215A The Death Of Man
Oil on panel
Apr to May 2010, Size 500x500 mm

Detail from The Death Of Man by Mark Sheeky

About this painting
This painting is about the subjugation of masculinity and was inspired by a vision while watching the film Saw, soon after the leader's debates that preceded the 2010 British General Election. The picture was of a naked muscular man, dead in a dark cellar or prison draped with a red rose and lit through a female window by a distant light.

A hulking figure lies in impaled by a giant horn. The scene is beautiful and sad, yet the moon appears to be unsympathetic.

The Death Of Man (Original)
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The Death Of Man (Signed Limited Edition Reproduction, Of 100)
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