…Quick with another arrow, the archer let fly from his bowstring straight for Hector, his spirit straining to hit him—shot and missed again as Apollo skewed his shaft— but he leveled Archeptolemus, Hector’s daring driver charging headlong, caught him square in the chest beside the nipple and off his car he pitched as his horses balked pawing the air.

Iliad, 8.273-315 translated by Robert Fagles

year: 2007
catalogue #: t48.01.079
dimensions: 37" x 2" x 2"
media: acrylic on wood