An Analysis of the Components of Crisis in the Structure of Painting of Earthquake-Stricken Children in Kermanshah

  • Pegah Naderi*, Nasrollah Taslimi


In practice, painting depicts the emotional and emotional state of the child who has experienced a catastrophic earthquake. The reflection of the concepts and representations of crisis and strong emotional messages is thus evident in the paintings. The painting of earthquake-stricken children, which signifies an inner sense of disaster after the disaster, has a unique structure that depicts the calm face of events. The elements that many children paint are a symbol of fear and isolation. Children in their paintings often tend to be decorative and simple, others with foliage‎‎‎.