Below the Crux IV

Originally known by the Latin name Crux, the Southern Cross is a constellation of stars which is only visible south of the equator. It was not observed by people in the northern hemisphere until the age of Discovery .During the 17th century, Crux was separated from the constellation Centaurus, placing its 'discovery' within the context of European expansion.

  • Below the Crux IV
  • Christine Dixie
  • 2020
  • Monotype, etching and thread
  • 1/1
  • Sheet Size: 56 x 69,5 cm