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In the textbook on page fifty three, figure four-thirteen, the image of “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse” depict the same subject. Beatus of Fernando and Sancha, the creator of this piece, saw the first horseman as “God’s envoy and whose arrows pierce the hearts of the non believers.” The four horsemen represent war, famine, pestilence, and death. The book states that in this image these four figures ride forth to unleash their terror upon the world.
Beatus produces thick color that is very bright and contrasting in “The Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse.” These same vivid colors are constructed in the poster for the movie “
Although, the stories may be quite different now; both of these illustrations portray the same apocalyptic subject. Each of the images makes a representation of a devastation or disaster of the end of the world.