Artist's description:

This picture is one of a series of three similar Ink Drawings that were made in response to The Holocaust Memorial Day Trust’s Holocaust Memorial Day Competition. It was inspired by the feeling of loss and suffering endured by the many victims of displacement throughout the world and one man in particular named Hassan. I read Hassan’s account of how he and his family had to flee in the middle of the night and were separated in a forest whilst avoiding invading troops, never to see each other again. It is an unbearable experience that many unfortunate people have had to endure and I tried to show the anguish of being torn apart whilst trying to reach for your loved ones’ hand. I used adult hands for this version to symbolize a husband and wife or two grown ups being forced apart.

Materials used:

Ink on 300 g/m Paper

The Last Touch (2014)


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This artwork is sold by David Lloyd from Taiwan

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