The Charlady's Daughter, 1934 by C. R. W. Nevinson (British 1889-1946)

The Charlady's Daughter, 1934 by C. R. W. Nevinson (British 1889-1946)

Centenary of a The Great War Issued July 2014 A Star Shell, C R W Nevinson

Centenary of a The Great War Issued July 2014 A Star Shell, C R W Nevinson

CWR Nevinson, After a Push, 1917 'The desolate shattered landscape, speaks powerfully of the bleakness of a war empty of meaning.'

A Terrible Beauty: British artists in the First World War

CWR Nevinson, After a Push, 1917 'The desolate shattered landscape, speaks powerfully of the bleakness of a war empty of meaning.'

'The Doctor', WW1, 1916, by  C R W Nevinson. The setting is the 'Shambles' - old English term for a slaughter-house - a covered good yard outside Dunkirk where wounded soldiers were treated. They were deposited here on arrival from the Front before medical facilities were properly organised to cope with the enormous flood of injured men. Nevinson's first job as a volunteer with the Red Cross was to tend the dying men. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 725)

'The Doctor', WW1, 1916, by C R W Nevinson. The setting is the 'Shambles' - old English term for a slaughter-house - a covered good yard outside Dunkirk where wounded soldiers were treated. They were deposited here on arrival from the Front before medical facilities were properly organised to cope with the enormous flood of injured men. Nevinson's first job as a volunteer with the Red Cross was to tend the dying men. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 725)

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