Erich Maria Remarque's Warning to the World
The Madness of Louis Wain: A Journey Through His Artistic Evolution
Louis Wain was a British artist with a truly distinctive art style, best known for his vibrant and whimsical paintings of cats. However, tragedy struck his life when he was diagnosed with schizophrenia in his later years, and this had a profound impact on both his life and his art. As he descended into the depths of mental illness, his art became increasingly abstract and psychedelic, reflecting the turmoil and chaos of his inner world. In his final years, Wain's paintings were a kaleidoscope of vibrant colors and fantastical shapes, a reflection of his mind in a state of madness. Despite the tragic turn his life took, Wain's legacy as an artist endures, as his work continues to fascinate and inspire art lovers around the world.
Operation Cowboy: Rescuing the Finest Horses of The Third Reich
In the final days of World War 2, Germany's prized Lipizzaners were under threat of Soviet destruction. Germans responsible for the care of the horses, set aside feelings of animosity towards the Americans and plead with them to rescue these prized horses from the onslaught of the Red Army.