Painting #10: Jack In The Green


BORDER PHRASE: “I am old, Jack in the Green, eye glass put in order to pass.”

BARBED LETTER WORD: MOULD

RED LETTER WORD: JELLY

WORD FROM THE MASTER RIDDLE: POINTS

HIDDEN HARE: There’s always room for (hares in) Jell-O.

CLUES & COMMENTS: Jack in the Green is a character from English folklore, so the green gelatin where Jack appears here is a pun. The names Lister and Levy on the storefronts in the background are the owners of the Portal Gallery, where Kit’s work was displayed for many years.

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Richard16378 May 23, 2012 at 5:41 pm

This picture was spoofed in one of the Spitting Image books.

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