Phoenix of Notre Dame
This digital painting was created by Francine Fox in 2019. The day after the fire at the Notre-Dame Cathedral of Paris, the rooster-shaped weathervane that had topped the collapsed spire was found; it was dented but salvageable. Seemingly symbolic of the immediately voiced intentions to rebuild the cathedral, I see the iconic rooster weathervane as a phoenix now. In my imagery, I have set the bird atop a tall pine tree to signify regrowth, but also to hint at parallel stories of loss and regeneration in general.
Archival giclee prints on Entrada Rag Natural paper or canvas are available in three sizes:
- 19.75" x 8" image on a 22" x 10" sheet of paper, $45
- 37" x 15" image on a 39" x 17" sheet of paper, $150
- 37" x 15" stretched canvas on 1.5" deep stretcher bars, $400
Please click the black "Purchase" button to select a size and place your order through my GeoGalleries page. Prints are created by the GeoGalleries' FinerWorks print shop and shipped directly to your door.