American preacher during the First Great Awakening.
Wrote the famous sermon, “Sinners in the hands of an Angry God.”
Often, while out riding his horse, he wrote notes to himself on any scrap material he could find and pinned it to his jacket. Upon returning home, Edwards' wife collected the notes and organized them for him.
This original drawing by Paul Cox was created on 7x10 mix media paper. It was drawn using India ink and colored with Copic markers. The artwork comes with a certificate of authenticity signed by the author and stamped with a foil seal of authenticity.