Description The first chapter of Jonah describes a “huge fish” (verse 17 NIV) that swallowed Jonah whole. When people use the term biblical proportions, this large fish comes to my mind. The painting shows a bird’s eye view of an ancient ship in a rainstorm. There is a shadow lurking underneath the sea. There is debate about whether the animal that swallow Jonah was a whale or a fish (google basking shark - that’s my guess) but the size of the beast paints a great picture. The painting turned out very cloudy, but a flash from the camera really brings out the shadow. Funny how that works out sometimes.Original Painting is acrylic on 48” X 24” stretched canvas.
Steven Doucette, Willis, TX Member Since January 2012 Artist Statement Welcome to the Doucette Online Gallery page at imagekind! Please browse to 2 galleries below for the collections of unique Biblical and Christian peices.
All paintings feature a bold and unique style of contrast layers that combine into one-of-a-kind imagery that depicts the power and love of God Almighty!
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