Isn't it Stupid? To do War! (1982) (Original)

United States

Size: 27 H x 19 W x 0.2 in

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Art Description

Painting: Mixed Media, Enamel, Wax, Acrylic and Watercolor on Cardboard.

This painting is depicting the pain, agony, catastrophe and devastation of war, ... the bloodshed. Attention is paid to details in the painting with explosions and planes dropping bombs.
Paper Size: approx. 19" x 27" inches (ca. 48 x 68,5 cm)
Media: Mixed Media on Cardboard (includes wax, watercolors with champagne instead of water, special acrylics, black ink, etc.)
Year of Creation: 1982

Keywords: pain, peace, activism, blood, bombs, war, nobel peace prize, city, devastation, world events, history, hurt

Subjects: Abstract

Styles: Surrealism, Abstract, Modern, Pop Art, Illustration

Mediums: Mixed Media, Enamel, Wax, Acrylic, Watercolor

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