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Michelle Henry

Medium

Oil on canvas

Description

This painting of dead and dying anthuirum flowers was made at a time when my father was ill and I began to think about how love of all kinds continues well into the ageing and dying phase in our lives. The title is borrowed from a poem by Katherine Phillips.

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