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 European artist painted Donetsk freed from the terrorists: "I hope that Lenin and his sick follower Putin will go down for good". PHOTOS

Young Slovenian artist Rado Javor painted several images about the war in the east of Ukraine.

This is reported by Censor.NET citing ZN.UA.

He posted one of his paintings showing he defenders of the Donetsk airport on his Facebook page on Jan. 8. The 'cyborgs' sit in nearly destroyed building by a small Christmas tree, with snowflakes whirling around.

"I wish Happy Christmas to all people in Ukraine, especially at the Eastern front in the Doneck Airport. I can't Imagine how hard it must be sitting in the cold and waiting for the enemy," Javor wrote along with the painting.

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On his another painting, the artist imagined how Donetsk would look like after being freed from the 'DPR' terrorists. There are Ukrainian tanks on the central square of the city, the smoke still wreathes at the back, and a woman hands flowers to a soldier against destroyed buildings.

"This should happen in the end of august, final liberation of the east and Doneck. I hope one day the lenin and his sick follower putin will go down for good and the people can finally enjoy the peaceful summer afternoon," Javor wrote.


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"Winter in Ukraine"

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"Spring in Ukraine"

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"Summer in Ukraine"

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"Kyiv"

Images from the website http://radojavor.deviantart.com/gallery/

The artist has painted a lot of historical artworks, as well as fantastic and fantasy paintings.

 
 
 
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