Phantasma Ierusalem (2019)

21.3x28.7 in ~ Painting, Oil

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“Phantasma Ierusalem”, mixed technique:sand,paper,texture paste,and oil with pallet knife on linen canvas 54/73 cm.

The legend states that the Knights Templar, of the First Crusade, never found either the Grail or the Ark of the Covenant, because the sewer system provided the finest hiding place on Earth at the time. Jerusalem has been attacked many times, and the Jews living at the time of the Ark’s disappearance from the Bible are sure to have lowered it into the sewers to protect it from Nebuchadnezzar, in 586 BC.
The Disciples may have known the location of the Ark and hidden the Grail with it, deep in the sewers


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