Af­ter­math: Art in the Wake of World War One

BBC History Magazine - - Out & About -

Tate Bri­tain, Lon­don Un­til 23 Septem­ber 020 7887 8888 (book­ing line) Mark­ing 100 years since the end of the First World War, this ex­hi­bi­tion ex­am­ines how artists re­acted to mem­o­ries of war – from doc­u­ment­ing ent­ing its de­struc­tive im­pact , to the build­ing of publ ic memo­ri­als. More than n 150 works dat­ing from 1916– 32 will be on show, by artists such as Ge­orge Grosz, Fer­nand Léger r and CRW Nevin­son.

A de­tail from CRWCRWNevin­son’sNevin­son’s 1917 paint­ing Paths of Glory

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