Edward Hicks, The Peaceable Kingdom

Edward Hicks was a nineteenth-century Quaker preacher-artist from Pennsylvania who painted the “peaceable kingdom” described in Isaiah 11 dozens of times in his characteristic naive style. His 1834 version, in the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC, includes not only predators and prey lying down together in harmony, led by the Christ child, but also the historic treaty made between William Penn and the Lenape Indians, the beginning of the Friends’ (ultimately failed) “holy experiment” to establish peace on earth. Written and narrated by Victoria Emily Jones.

The song “Isaiah 11” was written by Flo Paris Oakes, Katy Bowser, and Sandra McCracken and is from the Rain for Roots album “Waiting Songs”:
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