posted on Jul, 17 2009 @ 06:28 PM
He said his paintings were about mankind rushing too selfdestruction, but they could turn it around if the wanted. He never said much about what his
paintings were about. Wich is understandable with how they delt with people who think different back then.
To me the paintings are spiritual. About the things he saw.
Paintings tell a story by the clues left in them.
To me the woman with the child in the top left stand for the creator. The force that gave us life.
The angelic figure is a spirit guide, apperantly pointing to what needs attention.
The bird represents a protector, its keeping a close eye on the weird figure on the bottom right, reminding us we are not alone, we have
The weird black figure is pretty obvious, it represents evil of any kind.
The church spire way back in the background represents getting as far away as possible from religion and society in general, they are probably
I was born and raised in the city he was born and i've spent a lot of time staring at his paintings.
I am not in anyway a art historian, it's just what i see in them.