Nakamura Hiroshi - Sunagawa Nakamura depicted a 1955 confrontation in the protracted military-base protests at Sunagawa in a graphic, realistic manner that he did not always adhere to in his later political paintings.
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Featuring a home in Hiroshima, Japan by Hiroshi Nakamura & NAP. The Optical Glass house offers a welcoming, tranquil atmosphere rarely seen in such perfect combination with contemporary and minimal interior architecture.
Rune Lundmark This painting is a child of its time. It reflects the growing protests directed against the U. during the Vietnam war. But this is not a direct comment on this war, but rather a pacifistic outcry against the cruelty of all wars.
How to Help Save Animals from Extinction. The number of animals at risk of becoming endangered or becoming extinct is rapidly rising across the planet. This is due to such things as loss of habitat when human settlements and agriculture.