"Arisen" (prophetic painting)

All but the edges of this unframed canvas painting are smothered with varying shades of gray and black, revealing in blurred detail the silhouette of a figure shrouded in what might be fog of smoke. The silhouette is backlit amidst the gray haze, one hand reaching out as if to grasp right off of the canvas itself. Snaking through the voluminous layers of gray are diaphanous black tendrils.


Titled "Arisen", this piece was created by the late Thomas Brill, and purchased into the private collection of Daniel Linderman before it was stolen by the speedster Daphne Milbrook. It was recovered by Linderman's goddaughter at an auction in the Bronx in late March of 2009. Its current whereabouts are unknown.

The painting depicts Kazimir Volken.

"Arisen" (prophetic painting)

Currently in the keeping of:
Unknown (original)
Richard Ray (print)

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