Sackcloth | 1988
oil on canvas with collage | 71 x 56 cm

Sackcloth, n. a terrestrial stuff, a celestial stuff.

He that thus hungers is sure to be filled.
Fasting may prevent starving, and wearing
SACKCLOTH for a while keep us from
wearing it all our days.

South, *Sermons*

(Ian Hamilton Finlay, *A Concise Classical Dictionary*,
Wild Hawthorn Press, 1988)

This work features in the Paintings 1986-1988 exhibition.
This work features in the Blue teapot, pink jug exhibition.