Sometimes you just have to fight it out like two men in these boxing oil paintings. We try so hard to act like a civilized species. We think that rational thoughts will persuade the opposition to our way of thinking. But when the opposition is your rebellious daughter or an annoying mother in law, common sense goes out the window. All that talking can be emotionally exhausting. Wouldn’t it be easier to just put on a pair of boxing gloves and enter the ring. I think it would release a lot of tension and feel a whole lot better.
Boxing Oil Paintings
Boxing is considered a martial art and combat sport where two people wearing protective gloves and throw punches at each other for a period of time in a boxing ring. The origin of boxing as an organized sport dates backs to the ancient Greeks as an Olympic game in BC 688. It evolved from the 16th and 18th century prizefights in Great Britain to modern day boxing in the mid 19th century in the United States. Boxing is supervised by a referee during a series of three minute intervals called rounds. The result is decided when one opponent is deemed incapable to continue by a referee, disqualified for breaking a rule, throws in the towel or is pronounced the winner based on judge scorecards. If both fighters receive equal scores the fight is considered a draw. If that sounds easy think again. I think it’s easier to just hang a pair of these boxing oil paintings in your home. Hang these paintings in the man cave and they will add vintage industrial style to the space. They might also relieve some tension and stress from the long, hard work week. That’s it I’m throwing in the towel.