Artist's description:

This painting was created in response to what had come to light during the Iraq War and the treatment of POW captured and sent to Abu Ghrab. The image is taken from the photographic images of mobile phones, where the soldiers seemed to be taking images of what they had been up to, during the torture of these prisoners.

The painting explores the loss of human rights and the loss of having a say in your own defense, with the disregard to International Law.

I found this image powerful and sickeningly frightening.

Materials used:

Oil Paint on Canvas

SILENCE (2010)


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This artwork is sold by Adam Grose from United Kingdom

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