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29.500 x 42.000 cm.
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Painting - Watercolor On Paper
In the fast changing world, I painted the picture to record another maybe dying culture. During WW II, a soldier came at night to spend the last hour with a lady. They talked, he left an engagement ring on the table and went on the tour of duty. He never came back. The lady never married. Would you wish to have had changes in your life?" asked a reporter. "No, it's OK" said the lady with a smile. True love is eternal. Death is a beginning! It's the unbreakable! I used the old fashioned rose colors, red for the lady's dress and lilac for the background, the colors of memories! The story was one of many recorded in the war finest hour. To this lady it's not the victory but the last hour she spent with a missing soldier!
December 13th, 2012
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