The story behind…
Themis is the symbol of the scale of justice, the personification of law and divine order. If you tip her scales she’ll push back to let you know who’s in charge and set the balance between good and evil standing on her sides.
Noah Valentyn’s work is influenced by Hendrik de Keyser (I), Mercury (1611) and Adam and Eve (1530) sculpture by an unknown artist at the Rijksmuseum. He also uses elements from a cupboard made an unknown artist (1630 – 1640).
- 30 editions
- Medium: C-Print
- Mount: Alu Dibond
- Finish: Plexi Gloss
- 10 working days
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- 30 days
About Noah Valentyn:
Noah Valentyn sure does tick all the boxes for all around creative afficionado. An actor, photographer and filmmaker, he has lived in New York and Los Angeles for some time before coming back to Amsterdam. His experience and skills as a photographer took off in New York where he had access to a world of insight and skills inspiring his development. And we’re thrilled to work with him (he is quite dashing!) and have him develop works specifically for The Rijks exhibition!
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