William Strutt Peace 1896 Painting Depicting Isaiah 11:6-7 Lion and the Lamb Reprint For Sale to Buy Order Purchase

27 January 2012

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Summary. The 1896 painting “Peace” by William Strutt shown here depicts the lion and lamb described in the Bible scriptures Isaiah 11:6-7 and Isaiah 65:25.

The present-day distributor for the colorized reprints of this painting is Allastar Publishing (Allastar.com). Their website’s landing page offers some background information about William Strutt. Once inside their site, one finds a welcome message, contact page, and product order page where the painting reprints can be ordered for $20.

The painting is featured on the ResourcesForLife.com Calendar page.

Below is the full text of the scriptures that were the inspiration behind the painting.

The wolf will live with the lamb,
the leopard will lie down with the goat,
the calf and the lion and the yearling together;
and a little child will lead them.
The cow will feed with the bear,
their young will lie down together,
and the lion will eat straw like the ox. [Isaiah 11:6-7]

The wolf and the lamb will feed together,
and the lion will eat straw like the ox,
and dust will be the serpent’s food.
They will neither harm nor destroy
on all my holy mountain,”
says the LORD. [Isaiah 65:25]

Alternate Print Version. Below is a previously popularized color version of the painting.

About William Strutt. The following is provided by Wikipedia.

“Strutt was born in Teignmouth, Devon, England, and came from a family of artists, his grandfather, Joseph Strutt, was a well-known author and artist, his father, William Thomas Strutt, was a good miniature painter. William Strutt enjoyed a student life in Paris, France, and England, studying figurative and history painting. In response to a near-breakdown and problems with his eyes, Strutt decided to visit Australia, arriving 5 July 1850 on the Culloden, where he then married.
In Melbourne, Strutt found employment as an illustrator on the short-lived Illustrated Australian Magazine, published by Thomas Ham, as there was little demand for the figurative and history paintings for which he was trained.” [Source]

 

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