This gallery deals with various subjects some are obscure. The major area of work is involved with the meeting of Death and the soldier on the battlefield. Conceived as a Triptych, the left panel sees Death on horseback riding up along a falling rider, the right panel Death embraces the soldier on the field and in the center is the modern soldier standing dazed between Life and Death. It evolved over his lifetime, a lifetime filled with wars and revolutions. The idea that there is both violence and tenderness in the encounter came from a scene he witnessed on a Berlin street corner, I'll tell you more about that later.
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