This shows that the size of the inferno is too big for the people on the run to control, as they need to secure their lives first. At the fore, middle, and background, the artist paints most of the ventilations of the building including the doors and the windows in black color to put emphasis on the magnitude of the smoke inside the building. By a keen glance at the middle ground, the painter has made use of horizontal lines on the building with short vertical lines cutting between the horizontal lines as an indication that the multistory structure is either a stone or a block building. Although the artist in this painting presents a number of scenes, the focus of this painting is at the fore ground where he portrays people escaping out of the building through the main exit route. The painter manages to catch and retain the attention of the viewers by the yellow color and curvy shape of the flames and smoke with several people taking to their heels, meaning that there is an impending danger. This style of art is a painting because the artist has used various colors, shapes, and lines in his image. The main reason that prompted the concerned artist to come up with this particular piece of art could have been the plight of lowly and neglected that constantly encountered such challenges as home infernos with little or no help from the authorities.
Although there were several pieces of art, this one came from an artist who was one of the renowned artists globally in the 1960s and so he quality of his artistic works were always guaranteed. Besides, he depicted in his painting an issue that touches on social and moral responsibility, as his focus was to expose the predicaments of the then refugees. I can say that the humanitarian aspect of the painting resonated with me personally due to the compassionate aspect of my character and I guess this might have been one of the driving forces behind my choice. The image invokes my benevolence side, as it encourages