A selection of Art that we feel shows love, in it's wider sense
Picasso's Guernica really set this Artist apart from many of his contemporaries, in that he used Art to register his displeasure at the situation facing a particular community in Spain at the time, and showed a selflessness and wider love for humanity.
Find out more about this astounding piece at this source below.
Judy Chicago, is a Feminist Artist, whose work has helped to raise up the status of women in regards to Art and the Art world, and in that sense, she has spread love.
This image caused a stir, as it was the placement of Sojourner Truth, a great African American leader, and the controversy was that a different iconography was used for her which acted as a separate reference point to the other 'placings' at the dinner party, which was the theme, and a play on 'The Last Supper' and generally a response to the male-dominated world and culture, especially then.
Never the less, her contribution to the broader understanding of women and Art, was and is significant.
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Of course, there are many people too many to mention who have gone some way to showing love to wider humanity, within different spheres, and who have used culture, as a means to do so.
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There is a lot about 'celebrity' these days, and we like to catch up of course, on the latest, but love is one of those things that is not dependent on celebrity, fame or glory.