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d'ART ID#: 80342
Length: 14.00 in (35.56 cm)
Height: 11.00 in (27.94 cm)
Depth: 0.00 in (0.00 cm)
Framed: yes
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Child Of Varanasi
Jay Thomas II

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Original pen & ink pointillism artwork, created in 1985, matted & framed, $500.00. This piece is also available as an 11x14 Limited Edition print, edition of 300, signed & numbered, for $25.00. PayPal ( is accepted, or if you prefer, this item can be shipped to you C.O.D. (Shipping cost will be added to price). Interested in a portrait? E-mail Jay at for details.

Jay Thomas II was born in Brooklyn, New York in 1961. He and his family moved to The Bronx in 1965, and it was here that Jay began to take an active interest in drawing. Being an avid comic-book reader as a youngster, some of Jay's early influences came from such artists as John Romita Sr., Steve Ditko, and Jim Steranko. During the 1970's and early 80's, Jay tried in vain to get work at both Marvel and DC Comics. Finally, in 1982, Jay decided to radically change his style of art from the comic-book 'Superhero' type of art that he had been doing to a more realistic fine-art type, utilizing the pen & ink pointillism technique. Since then, Jay has exhibited his art throughout the NYC/Long Island area, and has been a part of renown art groups such as The Long Island Black Artists Association, The Huntington Township Art League, and The Harlem StreetGallery.

Profile I enjoy the contrast of light,absence of light presented. I get the feeling that the boy in the picture is either sad or contemplating something.The use of shading on the animal is one of the high points for me.The boys eyes seem a bit misshapen, but this could be my eyesight failing me.  
Profile this is thesuccessful piece of art of jay thomas-II,which is child of varanasi.the eys of boy telling that it is is made by good finish,and also the goat's ears are made clearly and also it is giving a originality.  
Profile The is a very delicate and sensitive work of art.  
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