Does It Matter?
Siobhan K. 6th Period
This painting represents Nihilism. Realizing that every person and item is all meaningless to what is actually meaningful, nothing, each angel destroys what was once valuable, even each other.
This painting represents existentialism. Every person in the coffee shop has a gloomy facial expression, realizing that they are all, alone but only together in the same room, for the same coffee.
This painting represents Absurdism. Down at the bottom of the painting, there is a small group of people hiking to the top of the forest, searching for some meaning to their lives they may never find.
This painting contradicts the theories stated before. In an all green field, the splash of red can mean that in a meaningless world, something with meaning will always be found, valued, and loved.
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