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  • Writer's picturePete Jonson

Henry Thornton, no 56

Updated: Apr 11, 2023

We are creeping up on the finals. This shows four images, Cardinal Pell being taken by two gentle policemen, the plod, where he was locked into a nasty jail. It was more than a year until the members of the High Court unanimously declared him completely exomerated.

This painting shows the sad walk to the jail, but the Cardinal went without any anger or bad behaviour.

The second image shows Christ and his apostles drinking red wine at the Last Supper. The heads of those on the viewers side of the table have disappeared. The person on Christ's left is depicted as having ambiguous gender as some believe there was a woman among the group.

The third image shows Saul on the road to Demascus when a great light dazzled him. He became Paul and soon joined Christ and his group.

My fourth picture is of a country church. Not many people, unless others are already indoors.

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