Murals for freedom


Unfortunately there was not any information available onsite about these murals.


They flank the room where the signatures collected during the Crusade for Freedom are kept. It's Monday again and if you like murals you can see more of them at Monday Mural.

25 comments:

  1. really like the simple, yet geometric look to them!

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  2. They've got an austere look, but the geometric shapes catch the eye.

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  3. I very much like the use of open space.

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  4. Interesting, could they be biblical figures, they look like robes, ancient Greeks perhaps?

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    1. I think they look Greek too. THe torches remind me of the Olympic games.

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  5. I like them. They look rather 60s to me.

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  6. Maybe a cubism influence. To bad there was not a plaque honoring the artist.

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  7. Inspiring vertical sweeping lines!


    ALOHA from Honolulu
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    <3

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  8. I am not sure of course but on the total of color use and picturing the people I should say something from the fifties. Nice.

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    1. It is definitely from the 50s or 60s. This tower was built after the war when the City Hall was damaged from bombings.

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  9. I like the style of these murals very much. Interesting information about the Crusade for Freedom.

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  10. The first one looks like the Olympics, very classy. Tom The Backroads Traveller

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  11. Amazing how just a few lines can say so much!

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  12. Very classic and simple. It makes me think of styles that were popular in the 1950s.

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  13. Very impressive images with economy of lines. I'm with the general consensus that these look like 50s or 60s. Let us know if you find out more information. Thanks for contributing to this week's Monday Mural.

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  14. It's amazing what can be created with just a few simple lines.. Artists make it look so easy, but it's so not!

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