Studio shot - UK
Hope- Pandora brought the box with the evils and opened it. It was the god's gift to man, on the outside a beautiful, enticing gift, called "box of good fortune." Then all the evils, those lively, winged beings, flew out of it. Since that time, they roam around and do harm to men by day and night. One single evil had not yet slipped out of the box. As Zeus had wished, Pandora slammed the top down and it remained inside. So now man has the box of good fortune in his house forever and thinks the world of the treasure. It is at his service; he reaches for it when he fancies it. For he does not know that the box which Pandora brought was the box of evils, and he takes the remaining evil for the greatest worldly good-it is hope, Zeus did not want man to throw his life away, no matter how much the other evils might torment him, but rather to go on letting himself be tormented anew. To that end, he gives man hope. In truth, it is the most eveil of evils because it prolongs man's torment.
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Please note each print sale is a custom order and you should expect it to take approximately 2-4 weeks to receive your print. All images will be packaged carefully.
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