Assassination against the office - Jesse Jackson

This presentation is about the four presidents assassinated in American history. In the American history there have been forty four presidents and out of the forty four only four have lost their life from an assassins bullet; Abraham Lincoln (16th), James Garfield (20th), William Mckinley (25th) and John F. Kennedy (35th), all exhibits will be paintings and other mediums.

President Abraham Lincoln at the United States Headquarters with members from the Army of the Potomac. Standing in between the two soldiers, President Lincoln knows he is the vocal point. The photo has that distinct look of being old or from the past and the outfit he's wearing shows a sign of power.
John Wilkes Booth's playbill Apostate, Ford's theatre the place where President Lincoln was assassinated. Looking like a wanted poster from the west, with the selected fonts used, the distinct color of the paper has that coffee stained appearance of being old and aged. The texture looks to be delicate and brittle.
Lincoln Assassination Scene depicts President being shot in the head from behind by a individual holding a knife while watching the Apostate play at Ford's theatre. President Lincoln grabs the American flag as the shot hit him. The artist uses a black and white medium to show a plain but suspenseful look to a tragic scene.
Assassination of Lincoln was depicted by Howard Hill showing President Lincoln being the carried by gentleman in the theatre. Spectators watch in agony, and sadness. The dark colors used show deep dark emotion while the a guard directs them to get the president to the exit. A mysterious image of 2 horsemen in the upper right of the image.
State Street Decorated for Funeral of President Abraham Lincoln depicts the residents of the town is preparing for the presidents funeral motorcade. The streets are being cleared and decorated with the American colors. The colors blended together to create this painting is similar to Serpia with a since of taking place during mid day.
James Garfield depicted here as the 20th President of the United States. President Garfield served as a Major General in the Union Army and fought in the American Civil War. Centered on the canvas Garfield focused on something with a stone stare with a black suit to accent his features.
William Mckinley depicted here as the 25th President of the United States. President Mckinley was the last president to serve in the Union Army during the American Civil War. Center on this canvas in a black suit the only thing visible are his hands, holding a document and face and the whites of the shirt he wearing.
John F. Kennedy, the 35th President of the United States. In 1961 President Kennedy went after Cuban Dictator Fidel Castro. An oil base painting with colors blended to create a soft and bright mood. Looking closely at the painting the figure is painted with no definitive description until you step away from it.
Reception honoring J.F.Kennedy, President os the United States depicts a large dining hall prepared for the President Kennedy and his guest. The use of Linear perspective the table looks endless, with the photo being in black and white it makes the photo bright and certain things are hidden out of plain sight.
John Fitzgerald Kennedy depicted here as being deep in thought on a decision that's going to change man kind. President Kennedy painted on a canvas in a brownish suit with colors to blend in as a feel of a past tense painting. The painting has a mood a being calm but compassionate.
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