Time of war - (Taylor H. Cahoon)

This art gallery of mine is a blend of two concepts. Throughout the history around the world there has been times of war. The paintings/photos in my gallery are meant to show that throughout history around wars have occurred. These paintings/photos are also chosen specifically to show a sense of "movement" in a "victorious" way provided by what's included within these paintings. 

The painting shows a Dressing Station in France used to help people settling momentarily during war in the early 1900's. The painting within shows a rhythm with all clothes, faces, and surrounding show the use of the same color. Proportion is another feature showed with the fading image of people around the Dressing Station.
This painting shows a returned soldier sitting next to his family while looking down resting while one woman, or child, is looking out the window. There is good contrast in this photo where not only there is sunlight shining through the window but there is also light focused on all family members while is more shady around them. Showing a little bit of unity also.
The Painting of Napoleon on his horse looking back at his troops pointing forward in the other direction. A sense of victory is given in this painting. This photo has its own kind of value in color, considering its black and white. The tint is mainly focused on Napoleon's face along with the horse's head, legs, and the ground that is is planting its feet on. The painting also shows movement in the way that the view of the painting looks like it is going up diagonally.
The painting demonstrates patriotism where a soldier is holding up an American Flag, different from the Confederate Flag, at a Camp Fort during the war. The way the flag is being blown by the wind gives an example of texture where it looks like parts of the flag could be a sticking out/coarse feeling if one were to touch it. There is also proportion shown in this painting how the Fort along with the soldiers are seen further back from a distance.
The painting shows a group of men, all of different occupations, in a diner asking the man that works there of news about the war, The painting has a good design of variety from the dishes set in different locations, where some are stacked and others have objects like knives on them, along with the pattern on the floor grabs food attention. A three-dimensional space provided in this painting where the view is slightly above, diagonally, these men.
The painting shows a tank on top of a hill after a situation of battle. The wounded soldiers around the tank also blending in with the colors of nature around them shows a form of rhythm. The colors in the majority of the painting show a relation with an analogous scheme with the fact how similar that they are.
This painting has a couple of men, on the battlefield, dead from war. This painting is entitled considering what has to be done to achieve glory in war. The symmetry of this painting is one of a combination between reflection and rotation from how it looks like these two soldiers are painted similar but lie in different/relatively close locations. There is a good use of repetition in the painting where the barbwire swirls around.
The painting shown here is a line of wounded/tired soldiers, surrounded by wounded or dead soldiers, walking back from after a day of war. There is a design of this painting shows rhythm in the colors along with the two groups of men whether standing in line or lying on the ground. The similar colors show a relation of analogous colors complimenting each other.
The black and white painting of these soldiers marching is a showing of peace during the American Civil War. There shows use of proportion in this painting from the front line of the soldiers moving back down the following rows of soldiers. The value of this painting's color shows the tint focused on the front side of the building besides these moving soldiers where the shade shows more.
This photo was taken during the late 1960's where the Democratic Party was holding Anti-War Protests to stop the war from occurring and/or continuing. The tint of this photo is shown from this angle where the sun is hitting the banner/sign and the protestors marching. The number of people shown in this picture, even though not identical, show a way of repetition considering how there are lines of them not only looking but marching in the same direction.
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