CIVITAS DEI
 
An early linocut dating from the late 1950s, largely cut with a knife.  It depicts the Civitas Dei  – the City of God – inside the walls of the first-century BC Roman amphitheatre at Arles in
 
CIVITAS DEI: 7.30AM
 
A turf-covered enclosure, encircled by planets, stars and the elliptical orbits of comets.  Timber-clad buildings rise out of the grass.  Men emerge from holes in the ground.  A clock dial surrounds
 
Imagined Cities