Lyrical Expressionist Enamel Paintings

Portrait of Peter Kropotkin

...For, on the day when ancient institutions splinter into fragments before the axe of the proletariat, voices will be heard shouting: Bread for all! Lodging for all! Right for all to the comforts of life! And these voices will be heeded. The people will say to themselves: Let us begin by satisfying our thirst for the life, the joy the liberty we have never known. And when all have tasted happiness, we will set to work; the work of demolishing the last vestiges of middle-class rule, with its account-book morality, its philosophy of debit and credit, its institutions of mine and shine..." - Peter Kropotkin, 1842-1921

Enamel on panel, 24 x 22, February 8, 2005

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