The Prodigal Son The Prodigal Son, 1996, Oil on Panel, 22 ½" x 24 ½", Private Collection
. . . Hrehov frequently uses toys and their static-yet-lifelike quality as his subjects. This occurs in "The Prodigal Son," where a figure throws grain to hogs in a metaphor about strewing wealth before swine or squandering one's inheritance. . . . .
There's a Message in Hrehov's Medium
By DIANE HEILENMAN
Courier-Journal Critic
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Louisville, Kentucky
Sunday, June 15, 1997


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