Hanged Man Tarot Card Linocut Print
It depicts an image of a man being hung upside-down by one ankle. This method of hanging was a common punishment at the time for traitors in Italy. However, the solemn expression on his face traditionally suggests that he is there by his own accord, and the card is meant to represent self-sacrifice more so than it does corporal punishment or criminality.
Hand Carved and Hand Printed on White 65 lb Acid Free Card Stock
Image Measures 6"x9" printed on 8.5 x11 paper
Black and Blue water based inks on cardstock paper.
Signed, dated by artist.
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