Chronicle of war:

"Victory". Calligraphy artworks collection

Russia together with the whole world celebrates the day when the most terrible war in history was over. To specially mark it the masters calligraphers from all over the world have sent us their inspired art works. Respect and a lot of care is in these works. They carry the memory of what our grandfathers had to face and suffer. Dreams about life and love are there in these works, they speak us what the World has to tell us.

Lest we forget all the fallen. Many health and happiness to the alive.

 

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Karin Bauer (Germany) Nonetheless: again and again for peace
(Nichtsdestotrotz: immer und immer für Frieden)

 

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Bas Vlam (Norway) Fred-Peace-Мир
“It is all about children not to fear war nor evil men and to sleep tight,
mother earth and mum and dad are watching!”

 

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Sophie Verbeek (France) How beautiful, how sweet you are, love
“If you're in love, true love, then you're in peace”

 

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Michel D’Anastasio (France) Ahava (Love)

 

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Ekaterina Zarkh (Russia) To 65th Anniversary of Victory Day
May 9 — Memory Day.
Hoping to live without war

 

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Jamshed Qaisar (Pakistan) Continued Existence
“It’s the universal truth that life ever exists even after sequential wars in the world”

 

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Henry Kao (Hong Kong) Life, love, peace
It’s a Chinese 3-character poem with 4 sentences of 3 characters each.
It is arranged in 4 columns from right to left and reads as follows:
"Dao is the truth ", "Life is the Dao ", "With love in heart" and "Peace will prevail".

 

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Artem Lebedev (Russia) “Happy Victory Day!”

 

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Artem Lebedev (Russia). Congratulations!

 

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Yves Leterme (Belgium) Peace to all people of good will

 

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Nikolay Makarov (Russia). Happy Victory Day!

 

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Nikolay Makarov (Russia). May 9, 1945

 

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Nikolay Makarov (Russia). Victory!

 

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Nadezhda Pavlova (Russia). We remember

 

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Bahman Panahi (Iran) Oh, Love
“only with "Love" we can stop the war, the enemy and the hate.
As much as we love each other we reduce the angry and fight...”

 

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Katharina Pieper (Germany), Jean Larcher (France) Victory Day

 

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Katharina Pieper (Germany), Jean Larcher (France) Peace

 

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Leonid Pronenko (Russia). Victory Medal

 

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Victor Saliev (Russia). May 9

 

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Vsevolod Sventokhovsky (Belarus). Victory!

 

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Yury Toreev (Belarus). I remember!

 

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Petr Chobitko (Russia). Happy Victory Day!

 

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Vitaly Shapovalov (Russia). Happy Victory Day!

 

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Chen Forng-Shean (Taiwan) “Peace and Life”
“… two mini-orchids to celebrate the V-day because this kind of flower is the symbol of peace and life! The size of the creature is 1.5mm in length, and it's small enough to put in a needle hole. It is the smallest flower in the world!”

 



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