Soldiers Painting Peace Sign
"SOLDIERS PAINTING PEACE SIGN" by British-based graffiti artist Banksy.
Originally painted close to the Houses of Parliament in London, the original version of Banksy’s 'Soldiers Painting the CND sign' was confiscated for allegedly breaking laws regarding protests in this area.
It has been suggested that it represents the repression of free speech as well as acting as an anti-war protest, this is especially ironic when the justification for the war is to spread liberty and democracy.
The piece was recreated and displayed in a collection at the Tate Gallery in Britain in 2007.
Made in the USA out of soft velvet Polyester.
Details and dimensions
- Materials Polyester
- Origin United States
16 1640.64 40.64 cm
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