War is a phenomenon that peaceful people all over the planet hate, regardless of nationality, religion, views
Living peacefully is much more difficult than fighting endlessly. Maybe that's why there hasn't been a single day in the history of the Earth when there hasn't been a war in its various points?
The painting contains statements of great people who influenced history peacefully: Nikola Tesla, Charles Aznavour, Audrey Hepburn, Freddie Mercury.
They all had different nationalities, activities, values, views on the world and life itself. But they, like millions of unknown people, were united by the rejection of war in any of its manifestations, and they directed their energy to the improvement of the world, not destruction.
The title of the painting is the quote "Live here and now. Who knows what will happen tomorrow?" - embodies the moment in which many people found themselves. Tomorrow may not come, and even in a relatively quiet time, we only have today to change something in life.
Original artwork by Anna Paloma
Size: 16.9*50 in
Materials: plaster, potal, wood artboard
* The painting is done on wood artboard using top quality materials.
* It is ready to hang on the wall. The edges have also been painted, so it is not necessary to frame it.
* Carefully packed: The painting is sent in cardboard boxes wrapped with great care in bubble paper.
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