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THE HUMAN HEART (1-7); No. 817
Kowloon, Hong Kong: Christian Witness Press, (n. d.). C. 1970s. Attached at the top-edge with maroon tape. A very good set, still very bright, with some minor occasional tears/creases and a faint spot of foxing here and there; overall a VG+ set.. Seven broadsides printed in color. 30-1/4" x 21" These posters were said to bring the viewer closer to God, when viewed in sequence they evoke a striking allegory. Five of the posters depict a man's face with a different countanence affected by the large heart beneath him. The characters actions in the heart or outside of it, reflect the presence or absence of the seven deadly sins from his heart. Two of the posters illustrate a fairly straightforward scene of a family in a bedroom, one scene is sinful, the other prayerful, lending meaning to the reprocutions of the spiritual state of the human heart on a man's family, and especially his ability to sleep restfully. A mystifying set of posters, ripe with Christian symbolism.
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