“Moses” depicts Harriet Tubman as a stranger in that she saw visions of freedom, both metaphorically and psychologically. An injury to her head had in fact induced episodes of narcolepsy and visions which she interpreted spiritually. Here her nickname “Moses” is referenced through surreal imagery of the red sea and the bush, showing how her vision set her people free.
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- Ink and Gouache
- 8" x 10" x 1"
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