Giclee Prints, Paper And Canvas
Matte Prints have image size 14″x18″ on 16″x20″ (41cm x 51 cm) size paper. Hand signed and numbered, 400 Limited Edition.
Canvas Prints have 16″x20″ (41 cm x 51 cm) image size on 20″x24″ size canvas for wrapping. Hand signed and numbered, 25 Limited Edition.
Whole sets of larger 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) prints of the twelve Brave New World paintings are also available.
All prints come rolled and shipped in a tube.
Original Painted In Aug. 2018, 20″x24″ (51cm x 61cm) Acrylic On Panel – SOLD to Fred Whitehead, Kansas City KS, USA through the Jones Gallery
It wasn’t long before the talk shows began speculating which girls The Savage was engaging with; the problem was, he wasn’t engaging with any. He was raised by the overprotective and smothering Linda, without the positive model of the state, and bought up by Indians to believe in monogamy, romance, and the rearing of children through natural insemination. He might have possibly even been a virgin. None of which could be mentioned to a studio audience.
But the cameras did catch him staring longingly for Lenina, perhaps because she was the first non-native girl he’d ever laid eyes on. Indeed, John is excited at the prospect of spending an evening with her, and she even more so with him. Bernard grows jealous of their chemistry, and bitter after John intentionally avoids his presentation of their tour, tarnishing Bernard’s reputation.
The date goes horrible for both Lenina and The Savage. John makes a scene at the Feelie Palace in protest of its “ignoble” engagement scenes, and subsequent tactile effects, after which, rumor has it Lenina made a sexual advance back at her place, and John responded by slandering and assaulting her. This was the first violent action charged to The Savage, and, by the time I heard of it, only one of many.