The End of Fear – A Dramatic Art Work by Edith Grossman

The End of Fear

The End of Fear – A Dramatic Art Work by Edith Grossman

The End of Fear is a modern day epic poem written by Edith Grossman about her personal experience traveling through many countries and encountering many fears that have since passed away. History of such an epic painting and how its impact on humans has lasted centuries. The painting is so powerful that it literally made Grossman into a personification of the abyss herself with her silent pictures depicting the brutality and despair of war, loss, destruction, and ultimate despair. The painting has inspired millions with its portrayals of hell, destruction, and mankind’s tendency to move towards destruction instead of towards a more constructive future.

The End of Fear is a masterful piece of art. Its imagery is deep and profound with its use of dim lights and a sense of heightened emotion to set the scenes appropriately. It was made in response to World War I and World War II. The paintings from that era depicted the horror of war through its portrayal of trench warfare and the bombardment of cities. The paintings made during this time were real heart-stopping affairs that the public witnessed firsthand.

The End of Fear is a breathtaking collection of eleven original works from various artists. It is a must-see for any fan of fine art. The paintings are like no other work from any artist that you will ever see. They are deeply emotional masterpieces that will stay with you long after you have left the theater. It is truly a work of art that expresses the universal human condition.