Arthur and Judith Sussman

Arthur Sussman Gallery
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Samson and Delilah

Arthur painted several meaty Samson struggles. Samson was a loner, not a team player. Samson defeated his enemies, even at the expense of his life. This reminds me of a poem Arthur liked by Rumi, a 13th Century poet:
   - Judith M. Sussman

“The price of kissing is your life -
Now my loving is running toward my life shouting
What a bargain! Let’s buy it.”

Samson was the last of the great judges who led pre-monarchic Israel. He was to deliver Israel from the Philistines. However, he loved two Philistine women, the last of which he told the secret of his strength,, which was his undoing.
Judges, Chapter 16

Samson and Delilah

Artwork Details:

Original Artwork 36" x 36"     Contact Us
Ink on Canvas Giclée
(with stretcher bars)
24" x 24" $825 $90
Ink on Canvas Giclée
(rolled canvas only)
24" x 24" $785 $50
Ink on Paper Giclée 8.5" x 11" $50 $20