St Bartholomew tied to a tree, flayed by an executioner with a knife in his mouth to right; landscape beyond; reversed anonymous copy, after Ribera; proof before letters with alterations in the background and in bottom right corner. 17thC Etching and engraving
In a statement directed to Trump Anonymous alleged: "You have financial and personal ties with Russian mobsters, child traffickers and money launderers... This isn't the eighties any longer, information doesn't vanish, it is all out there."
Made by Berber women In their nomad tents or in simple adobe mountain houses, women traditionally worked the wool from the moment it was sheared to the moment of tying the final knot. The symbols are theirs, the signature signs are theirs, the secrets are theirs. These women, misrepresented as illiterate, only knew the Berber language (Amerzigh) as an oral tradition; thus each carpet became an anonymous diary, an individual book.
Banksy, "Stop and Search," 2011, Spray Paint Stencil. "Banksy is a British street artist and activist who, despite worldwide fame, has maintained anonymity. Banksy’s work acts as visual cultural criticism and commentary, with established social and political agendas serving as targets for a unique style of illustration made using stencils and spray paint." This artist ties into my key concept that "communication reflect's one's personal beliefs."