Subject: The Story of Job
Dimensions: 48" x 138"
Designer: Signed "Designed by Fred W. Cole" of Canterbury Cathedral
Maker: Made by Len R. Howard, Kent, Ct and Larry Leopold, Amenia, NY
Description: The top center is made up of blue rectangles.
At the top of the left column is the figure of Lucifer, head down. Below him is Job in a loin cloth with arms upraised. At the top of the right column is the figure of God. Below him are Job's three friends, one of whom is sitting on a stone inscribed with "The Lord Gave and the Lord Taketh Away." Below the figures is a banner across both panels, "I know the my Redeemer liveth & He shall Stand at the latter Day."
Below the banner is another scene spanning both panels. On the left is a man laid out in loin cloth with a veiled, weeping womand behind. In the center is a burning city of destroyed buildings. On the right is Job viewing the burning city.
In the bottom right corner is a small inscription, "To the Glory of God & in Gratitude I. Austin Kelly II and his wife Alethia."