John Charles Whittaker, ‘From Norman Rockwell's the Four Freedoms. Freedom of Speech’, 2017, Vault Gallery

Taken from Norman Rockwell's Four Freedom's. Freedom of Speech. The trial of Socrates {399BC} was held to determine the philosophers quilt of two charges of impiety, but the real reason was the legal consequence of asking politico-philosophic questions. He was condemned to death for his pursuit of free speech.

Series: Series of Four paintings taken from Norman Rockwell's four Freedoms.

Signature: In reverse

Image rights: John Whittaker

About John Charles Whittaker

British, b. 1942, England, United Kingdom, based in California, United States