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Henry Moore OM, CH Shelterers in the Tube 1941 Pencil, pen and ink, watercolour and crayon on paper support: 380 x 568 mm frame: 650 x 817 x 35 mm Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee 1946

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Shows a drawing of swaddled forms lying down, squeezed together. Four grey sleepers, Henry Moore, 1941. © Henry Moore Foundation, courtesy Wakefield Museum & Art Gallery

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Henry Moore OM, CH Tube Shelter Perspective 1941 Pencil, ink, wax and watercolour on paper support: 483 x 438 mm frame: 750 x 695 x 25 mm Presented by the War Artists Advisory Committee 1946

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Stormtroops Advancing underGas 1924 etching. Otto Dix was a satiric, anti-war German painter and print maker. His depictions of mechanized warfare and post-war Berlin continue to shape our impressions of the Great War. His series of etchings remains one of the most powerful indictments of war ever conceived.

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