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Photo: Beginning of the End

03 May 2013

Beginning of the End: the Dutch-born painter Annalies Clarke's exhibition "Revelation: The Seven Sisters" is in St John's, Knoyle Road, Brighton, and open on 4, 5, 11, 12, 18, 19, 25, and 26 May. Her large painting (above) The Masked Ball brings together her personifications of the Seven Churches of Revelation 1-3, in a composition that reflects their relative locations in Asia Minor. Her seven paintings of the figures separately include (in slideshow) Pergamon (where Satan's throne is); Sardis (dead, but reputed to be alive); and Laodicea (neither hot nor cold). The artist plans to tackle all of Revelation.

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