American Flag Wall Art
Banner Yet Waves
There are a LOT of pictures of American flags! I've brought together a few of mine starting with the most realistic. According to Wikipedia realism in the arts "is the attempt to represent subject matter truthfully, without artificiality and avoiding artistic conventions, implausible, exotic and supernatural elements." That couldn't be more evident in Banner Yet Waves with its fading flag, peeling paint and Summer sunflowers.
We don't need to see an entire flag to immediately identify the national icon. Sometimes, red, white, and blue stripes are enough to conjur a memory of the American flag. This fine art photograph is from my Reflections from Main Street collection and doesn't show a flag however, it still seemed fitting to include it because of its strong symbolism: an American Eagle and an obvious red, white and blue color scheme.
American Flag Grill
Craving more contemporary flag pictures? Fire trucks feature an American flag grill that makes a slightly abstract picture of an American flag.
Sometimes it is fun to see just how little information we need to convey an American flag.
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