A Battle of Mythical Proportion Paiting: The Horrors of War By: Peter Paul Ruben
<Tab/>War and peace, love or hate, good verses evil are all analogies that epitomize the father of all conflict.
<Tab/>Peter Paul Rubens' oil on canvas piece "The Horrors of War" was completed in 1638 in Florence, Italy.
Rubens uses allegory to convey to his audience the effects of war. Greek mythological figures struggle, grasp, and fall as they "dance across the canvas." In the background is a distant battlefield. Figures hover overhead and objects scatter the floor. You cannot deny this confusion represents an opposition too great to calm.
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