Ruined Landscapes: Paintings of the Balkan War Zone
For four months in 1994 US painter Laura Buxton sat at her canvas and documented the destruction in Bosnia-Herzegovina. She left when the cease fire collapsed but returned for a second visit. Here are nearly 50 of her paintings of public places, the war zone, churches, walls, and herself. Television
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Aleksa Santic Approaching the Check-Point arch army artist Artist's Text Balkan wars beauty Ben Long Bogomils Bolnica Rat Oil Bosnia and Herzegovina Bosnia-Herzegovina Boulevard buildings Buxton arrived Buxton's Balkan cafe canvas cease-fire century Check-Point fig Christians civilization collapse Croatian Croats cross depicts East Mostar Europe Figure Title medium fresco front line Frontline sepia guns hills Hotel Neretva inscription Islamic Karadoz-Bey Koski Mehmed Pasha Kosovo Krizevac Kujundziluk Laura Buxton painted lection Manichaeism Medjugorje Mehmed Pasha mosque Mehmed-Bey Karadoz minaret Mosque sepia Munare Muslims Oil Figure Old Bridge Old Town Orthodox Church Ottoman Empire papak Pasic Peter and St prayer Radio Free Europe ratna zona river Neretva rubble Ruined Landscapes Santic Sarajevo National Library Sepia Figure Serbian Serbs shadow shells side Slavic Slavic language Slavs Stari Most Sepia street Suleiman the Magnificent Tito Tito's Bridge Turkish Ulica Aleksa UNPROFOR Vestiges of Stari View Vijecnica walls wounded zone