Emma Dietsche

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The auctioneers are also holding a separate exhibition of 18 Nevinson prints (mainly First World War period) from a private collection, which will be on view for two weeks alongside the sale. Description from antiquestradegazette.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

British war artist leads the charge at Bonhams Grosvenor School & British Printmaking Sale 1916 - Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915 As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.In his paintings of the trenches, the soldiers are reduced to a series of angular planes and grey colouring. They appear almost like machines themselves, losing their individuality, even their humanity, as they seem to fuse with the machine…

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘La Mitrailleuse’ 1915 As a Futurist, Nevinson initially celebrated and embraced the violence and mechanised speed of the modern age. But his experience as an ambulance driver in the First World War changed his view.

National Geographic, February 1983, Beirut, Up from the rubble - Photography by Steve McCurry

National Geographic, February Beirut, up from the rubble. The Green Line was a line of demarcation in Beirut, during the Lebanese Civil War. It separated the East from the West.p Photo: Steve McCurry

Battersea Blue III. Paul Catherall

'Battersea Blue III' linocut by Paul Catherall Down To Earth Cards