Alexander Kanevsky’s “War”. The triptych painted in 2002 by oil over three 8 x 4 feet wooden panels (244 x 366 cm) polemizes and shares Alexander’s thoughts on the subject of War.
Being one of the largest moving forces of human history, the outside war often starts from the war within an individual, be that a ruler, a philosopher, a woman, or an intrigue maker. This Artist’s masterpiece depicts rather the war within ourselves with our inner sharks, body parts, demons, angels, desires unfulfilled, instincts suppressed, muscles unappreciated, hearts grieved, lips unexpressed, passions stagnated, – squeezed by giant frozen black fingers of War.
The triptych is included into the Art Album “Kanevsky: Genius of Vision”