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Heartbreaking Sympathy For Ukrainians Depicted In Artworks

Recent days have seen shock and anguish around the world as Ukraine has been invaded by its neighbor, Russia. The small little country, 28 times smaller than its ene

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Recent days have seen shock and anguish around the world as Ukraine has been invaded by its neighbor, Russia. The little nation, which is 28 times smaller than its adversary, is being bombarded by troops, aircraft, and missile launchers that are all pointed at the cities and airports of a nation that has been independent for more than 30 years. The “biggest serious European conflict in almost 80 years” is regrettably being marked by the military intervention from Russia.

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Source: Kasia Rubin

Observing the invasion through the screens of phones, tablets, computers or televisions truly gives us a feeling of helplessness, which can only be demonstrated through the most traditional form of expression: art. When creating a piece of art, artists are merely expressing their emotions.

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Source: Shamsia Hassani

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Source: Daniela Herodesová

I’m a Polish artist who lives in France, says Rubin. “This artwork was my response to the dawn military assault on Thursday. quick-moving art. With the hope that other nations will respond, I said it sincerely. And now everyone is aware of what is happening. Love and peace to Ukraine.

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Source: Oliver Jeffers

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Source: Rich Pellegrino Illustration

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Source: Lucy Claire Dunbar

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Source: Herb Williams

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Source: Zosia Dzierżawska

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Source: Margarita Kukhtina

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Source: Dinara Mirtalipova