• Image of Haruspex limited edition giclée print 10.5" x 12"

The Haruspex of ancient Rome was an oracle, priest or holy person who would interpreted omens by inspecting the entrails of sacrificial animals.
When I created the piece in 2008 I was reflecting upon my own position amongst my peers and in history as I entertained the thoughts of self reflection. I felt this was such an indulgent and pointless decadence and was a bit like tearing oneself apart to predict what would become of oneself.

This is a limited edition of just 25 at this size.
The image is 10.5" x 12" on a sheet of 13" x 19" paper.
I am printing them on a beautiful Epson Ultra Premium Presentation Paper with a matte finish. This is a nice paper that will outlive us all but comes a bit thinner at 192gms(10 mil) so it will not break the bank at it's size.
The inks are Epson Ultrachrome archival pigments.
Each print is signed and numbered on the front.


  • 19 in stock