GONCHAROVA Nataliya Sergeevna

English Lion.

From the series Mystical Images of War.
1914
English Lion.

Paper, lithography. 250326. V. Gevorkyan`s Collection..

Lion is the heraldic symbol of England, the ally of Russia in World War I (Britain, France and Russia were in the military-political alliance, the Triple Entente). Lion is shown here outside of battles and any actions. It is representative, as if demonstrating the potential power and strength. On an emblematic level of heraldry a lion denotes prudence, firmness, courage and generosity. These are the qualities portrayed in the image.

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