Literary Calligraphy by Susan Loy

Articles IV through VII: States, Amendments, Laws, and Ratification
~ The Constitution of the United States

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Article IV defines the relations between the states (and territories) to each other and to the United States of America and outlines the process for admitting new states into the Union. Article V describes how the Constitution can be amended. Article VI establishes the Constitution as "the supreme law of the land" and, in order to protect religious inclusiveness and tolerance, forbids any religious test as a qualification for any federal office. Article VII describes the process for ratifying the Constitution.

Susan hand lettered the words to Articles IV through VII in watercolors that form a colorful map of the United States, surrounded by a background in shades of dark and light blue. A border in black and brown contains the names and states of the signatories of the Constitution as well as symbols of liberty and justice.

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"Articles IV through VII: States, Amendments, Laws, and Ratification"
Print Image: 9-5/8" x 9-5/8"
Paper Size: 11" x 11-1/2"
Frame Size: 16" x 16"
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