Now they were a lazy and an idolatrous people; therefore they were desirous to bring us into bondage, that they might glut themselves with the labors of our hands; yea, that they might feast themselves upon the flocks of our fields.
I love the image of the lazy Lamanites lounging on the beach and feeding on the wild beasts of the wilderness.
The title, ‘Lost Boys’, is a reference to the children who refused to grow up in Disney’s ‘Peter Pan’.
This is an original handmade etching. It was created at the Lower East Side Print Shop. The plate was created by etching the lines into a copper plate. The plate was then soaked in an acid bath, inked by hand, and run through a printing press to create a this one of a kind image. Each image varies slightly.
Printed on Rives BFK 280 gsm. The paper size is 14x11".
Comes to you beautifully wrapped!
This image was printed as part of an edition of 8. Only number 7 is still available. There are no artist proofs available.
These prints are a part of a series of 50 etchings from the Book of Mormon. Not all of the images are available in this shop at this time. To view full pdf of all 50 images please contact me at: anniebenacpoon at gmail.com.
Three out of the five complete sets of 50 prints are also available.