December 12, 2011

Edward Kinsella II - Smithsonian Magazine

Edward Kinsella III was commissioned by Smithsonian Magazine to create an illustration for their article about Roger Williams, founder of Providence Rhode Island in the early 1600s, and a big proponent of the separation between church and state. The controversy of his ideas led his exile into the wilderness where he fought to survive while further developing his ideas and beliefs. Edward added his own unique touch to this soulful portrait of a political pioneer. 




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