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  • Jennifer Hrabota Lesser

    This piece is powerful and desolate, by William Holman Holt, one of the Pre Raphaelite Brotherhood

  • Hannah Perseph

    Narcissistic Personality Disordered Mother: The Scapegoat Child

  • Reverie .

    The Scapegoat, oil on canvas, 1854, by William Holman Hunt, British, 1827-1910. In later life, Hunt turned to Biblical realism and painted an old goat on the parched shores of the Dead Sea as a symbol of Christ carrying all the sins of the world. The painting is in the Lady Lever Art Gallery, Port Sunlight, Liverpool, England.

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