Feb. 10, 2016 SIGN IN | REGISTER

Stories by Adam Levin:

Through The Prism Of Suffering

Nov. 19, 2012

War and its horrors have long been a powerful muse for some of history’s most influential painters and photographers. One needs only to think of Pablo Picasso’s 1937 masterpiece “Guernica,” with its nightmarish depiction of the destruction of the titular Basque town by German bombers, or Henri Huet’s daring Vietnam War frames for an instant reminder of war’s iconic imagery.




Want Roll Call on your doorstep?