The triptych comes from the Middle Ages and was the preferred painting format for Christian church alters. The title of this piece, Trinity, was purposeful, but probably subconsciously connected to my Catholic past. In culinary terms, the trinity refers mainly to three standard ingredients from a chef's mis en place - celery, carrots and onions (which gives me an idea for another triptych painting) generally used at the start of many dishes.
I simply chose the title Trinity for the power of threes – the knife-fork-spoon trio, the three canvas triptych, and the title of Trinity. While I agree that it could go way deeper than that, I'll leave that up to the art historians. What do you think?
Trinity sold to a collector in Wyoming in June of 2013.
You are purchasing a set of three (3) signed Giclée prints of the painting Trinity by Steve Hartman.
Orders will print and ship in the order they are received. Expect delivery within 2-3 weeks of online purchase.
It is printed on high quality, museum-grade, archival paper with archival inks that will last 200 years.
Each unframed print measured 13" x 19" with the image bordered by about 3" of white space.
Display together as intended, or separate. Prints are shipped unframed.
Prints are personally signed and carefully shipped to you in a protective clear sleeve and sturdy mailer.