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Kyrillos Veniadis
The Family The Scud and The Corrmorant This painting was done during the first gulf war when Israel was bombed with scuds sent from Iraq.
The child's photograph appeared on a newspaper. He found a piece of scud in the backyard of his house. The young mother was a neighbor of Kyrillos and Elinoar. She nearly lost her mind while attempting to protect and hide her two babies any time the alarm was on. The cormorant plagued by the oil became one of the symbols of this war.



120 cm x 130cm

Oil on board, 1991, Israel
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