What Happened to Your Hand: Harry Anderson Limited Edition Print
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Harry Anderson Limited Edition Print – What Happened to Your Hand
In 1945 Harry Anderson did his first painting of Jesus, “What Happened to Your Hand?". This painting depicting Jesus with modern-day children was decried as blasphemous by some adults, but was eventually printed in the publishing program after the editor's daughter longingly wished that she too could sit on Jesus' lap like the girl in the painting. This was the very first painting of Jesus done showing Him in a modern-day setting.
These limited edition prints are signed and numbered by Harry Anderson. Lithographed on acid free paper suitable for matting and framing.
- Limited Edition 998 S/N
- Signed & Numbered
- Mint unframed in original jacket w/COA
- Image Size: 15 x 20
- Paper Size: 18x24
Joseph Harry Anderson (August 11, 1906 – November 19, 1996) was an American illustrator and a member of the Illustrator's Hall of Fame. He is best known for Christian-themed illustrations he painted for the Adventist church and The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. He was also a popular illustrator of short stories in American weekly magazines during the 1930s and early 1940s.
Anderson was featured in a 1956 issue of American Artist and received awards from several associations throughout his career. He was awarded the New York Art Directors Club. In 1994, he was inducted into the Society of Illustrators' Hall of Fame.
|Item Format Description||Limited Edition - Signed - Numbered|
|Publisher||Pacific Press Publishing Association|