Impressive large hand signed lithograph on watermarked laid paper by a leading artist from his period.
Exquisite commemoration of the Armistice of World War I, exactly 100 years ago
Soldiers marching from left to right, with tangles of rubble on the right, silhouetted against the flames engulfing the houses lining the street behind.
c. 1913 - Lithograph
Hand signed in pencil 'Frank Brangwyn below the image at right.
The signature is guaranteed to be original.
Titled in pencil bottom left : Dixmude
From a series of six lithographs made for the "Canadian War Memorials" to commemorate significant battle sites for the Canadian military in World War.
Frank Brangwyn depicted select moments in the war and shattered urban landscapes. Though a testimony to the heroism and sacrifice of Canadian soldiers, these prints also testify to the violent plague of destruction brought about by war.
The British Museum holds also prints from this set in their collection,
inventory numbers : 1919,1017.1-6
Sir Frank Brangwyn ( British; Belgian; 1867 - 1956)
Painter, designer, printmaker; born in Bruges, but returned with his family to London in 1875. A major figure in the art world of the early 20th century.
- Sir Frank Brangwyn ( 1867 - 1956 )
- Título de la obra
- Ruins of War - Diksmuide / Canadian Soldiers
- Circa 1913
- Firmado personalmente
- En muy buenas condiciones
- Se vende con marco
- Dimensiones de la imagen
- 465×704 mm
- Dimensiones totales
- 510×770 mm