Napoleon Signals the Purge
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Two pigs, Snowball and Napoleon, vie for leadership of the farm. A town-hall debate before all the animals is held to decide whether or not to build a windmill. Snowball makes a logical impassioned speech detailing why the windmill will reduce the workload of all the animals. Napoleon, sensing the crowd is lost to his position, makes a noise in his throat and his 9 attack wolfhounds spring from behind the podium and chase Snowball through a hole in the fence and he is never seen again. Now only one leader.
Woodcut print inspired by Animal Farm by George Orwell.
30” x 50”, seichosen kozo paper, hand spoon printed.
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