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An original watercolor, painted after Isa's father's death. The scorpion is a metaphor for cancer. The mind of guilt is full of scorpions. - William Shakespeare. 2013.
27.75" x 35.5", in neutral dark gray frame.
Original watercolor on watercolor paper, framed.
“The mind of guilt is full of scorpions” — William Shakespeare
Catto painted this piece after her father’s death, using the scorpion as a metaphor for cancer. Elements of this painting have been used throughout Catto’s textile design.