Cassino, once not a "Safe Passage"

Cassino, Italy might look like a tranquil "Safe Passage," but during WWII, Cassino was the location of intense aerial bombing raids and high German and Allied casualty rates. Over time, it and its namesake, Abbey Montecassino, rebounded into the picturesque passage painted here.

soft pastel on Richeson board

See this and more "Safe Passage" images of Italy at the Arts Club of Washington in February with the opening February 7 from 6-9PM.

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