Image of Invictus

Giclée on museum quality German Etching paper.

"Invictus" (Latin for “unconquerable”) is 1 of 2 images (the other being the Stranger) on the theme of "Being alone in a crowd."

While "being alone" can imply being lonely, or seeking solitude, Invictus was created with the intent of expressing notions of solitude. Solitude to the artist, implies standing out from the crowd.

This work is available in the following sizes:

(HxW): 11” x 14” inches
edition of 15

(HxW): 19 7/16” x 30” inches
edition of 10

Large (recommended)
(HxW): 30" x 49” inches
edition of 5

This image is also available via Carroll and Sons Gallery in Boston.