Lenin is depicted larger than life, about to crush the cathedral at the base of the rocking horse he is on. Lenin thinks he is powerful holding the hammer & sickle with his hair on fire above the land, but the reality is he’s keeping the country stagnant by rocking in the same spot. He’s also unable to run a country which is why this piece is called “Child’s Play”.
DetailsKlever Estate: # 5525
Size: 3 ft by 5 ft (91 cm by 1.5 m)
Mixed Medium on Canvas
Title: Child’s Play