Make love not war -Rashem Bell

My gallery includes representations of war throughout the years of history. 

The Return from War shows exactly what is says, The God Mars being disarmed by the goddess Venus and her "minions" per say.As she takes his helmets, the other take his sword, shield, and begin working on his boots. This image uses a great variety of color and puts the 2 of them as the main focus by use of lines both curved and straight, Vertical, diagonal, and horizontal.
The image titled "The War" shows the 4 stages of war from this artist's point of view. In the first panel(far left) you see soldiers setting out, in the second(top middle) you see soldiers on the battlefield going through hell, the third(far right) shows soldiers returning from war, and finally in the last panel(bottom middle) show the resting place of all soldiers who fell in battle. This image uses eye popping color with great detail to show the importance of every stage of war shown in that panel.
The Centurion tank shows the massive and Oh so dominant centurion tank as the frontline anti-personnel vehicle. Just by this image allow you can see the sheer power and how the mortal man was no match for these beast. The image uses the same colors in repetition at different levels of lights and darks. Also to follow great proportion was brought to the tank over the rest of the image for emphasis.
This image depicts King Louis going deciding to go to war so he is show his demise if he is to fail, and his fortune if he is to succeed. It also shows what he will need to achieve to be successful. The picture shows the king as the centerpiece and everything else is second nature. Dark colors used to show his demise and bright colors for his riches.
The Battle of San Martino doesn't only show one image but two in one, in the upper panel it show the connection between teacher and student that it took to create this image. Below it shows the true meaning of the painting the dramatic Battle of Solferino and San Martino that brought the second war of independence to an end.
The Fall of Palestro show the first victory against the Austrians in the second war of independence. By the image you can see that the had a adequate amount of soldiers left in the victory with their captains still on horseback and a cannon intact. Soldiers had similar models and land stretched across the whole picture so colors were again used in repetition.
The picture shows a war bonnet and a bonnet case for arrows. It is said that the bonnet itself carries special powers and the head band show warriors achievements. While the feathers carries prayers to that whole created the bonnet. This bonnet specifically was passed down from Sitting Bull himself and now resides in the Royal Ontario Museum.
This image depicts a battle from the civil war where you can see combat has been taken to horseback. If you look closely you can see the gentleman on the right actually punching the horse in the jaw as its rider is being forced off the back. Someone has also had the misfortune of actually being dismounted from his horse as the battle rages on. Colors are vibrant and standout, you can see the movement of each horse as the picture comes alive.
Triumph for the war against Siena shows the follow up of Siena surrendering with soldiers re-entering florence and being stopped by the prince and his followers. The painting is full of big names at the time, and even know its framed the image shows great detail and emphasis on the troops entering the city, That would make the picture disproportional and centered on those troops.
The Council of War Onboard to me as if the council is getting together to make a decision on something. Seeing that they are all looking in on a map I would expect it to be along the lines of a place to drop a anchor, the next place to attack, or where attacks have already gone on at so they can take the best path. This looks to be a photo to there aren't really many things to draw from in this image.
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