Socrates Points Toward a Rainbow YinYang at the Hour of His Death


Accused by the Athenian government of denying the gods and corrupting the young through his teachings, Socrates (469–399 B.C.) was offered the choice of renouncing his beliefs or dying by drinking a cup of hemlock. Here he is discoursing on the immortality of the soul — and the principles embodied in the Rainbow YinYang — with his grief-stricken disciples. Jeffrey Mishlove’s copyrighted art has been superimposed on the 1787 painting by the French artist, Jacques Louis David. Giclee prints are all hand signed by Jeffrey.

The lustre photo paper has a slight texture while the glossy paper is perfectly smooth. Canvas prints are all stretched over an inner wood frame. Allow three weeks for delivery.



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Glossy Photo Print, Lustre Photo Print, Canvas With Wood Frame, Canvas With No Frame, Metal


12" x 18", 20" x 30", 24" x 36", 40" x 60"