[Isaiah rebuking Hezekiah] [art original].

[Isaiah rebuking Hezekiah] [art original].

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Clayton & Bell, artist.
1 art original : watercolor, ink, and pencil on paper ; 123 x 63 cm
paper watercolor, ink, and pencil watercolor
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Unit 37, Drawer 1
Design drawing features Isaiah, standing, admonishing King Hezekiah as he sits on his throne; the ill king was facing death prior to his appeal to God for an extension of his life. "Be not afraid" appears on a banner above Isaiah's head.
"Redhill S John's", along with other notations including "1925", penciled in along upper edge.
"Pro Isaiah admonishing King [Hezekiah]" penciled in along upper right.
"Redhill St. John's 31 No 1 W N side of Ch Aug 1906, (Dec) Isaiah rebuking King Hezekiah, Wentworth 1925, More than a servant a brother used as Paul sub" -- written in black ink on upper right corner of verso.
Some staining.