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136623 The Wounded Soldier The Wounded Soldier The Wounded Soldier

The Wounded Soldier

in Oil by Jeremy Mayes 10 Artist Reviews
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I've had this idea for a painting for quite a few months and decided to paint it during the 100th anniversary of the start of WW1 as part of my own contribution to the commemoration. It is based in part on a well known photograph of a man carrying a wounded soldier through a trench and I wanted something which possibly conveyed our inherent ability for courage and compassion in the face of such horror. My style is also influenced by expressionism of this period. Standard depth stratched canvas and ready to hang with D-rings and wire.
W 32.00" x H 40.00"
W 81.28 cm x H 101.60 cm
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About the Artist

I'm a Nottingham based artist and over the past fifteen years have developed a style of oil painting which has more than a touch of both the gothic and the adult fairytale. My imaginary landscapes are essentially a re-imagining of our everyday surroundings and, through a combination of unusual ...

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one improvement could be for the artist to use a more substantial frame for the canvas.

Submitted by Ron S 27/06/2015