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Antony Gormley, I really like how these little figures are so expressive. The eyes, the look on their face is really matter - even if it's stylized.

Antony Gormley, I really like how these little figures are so expressive. The eyes, the look on their face is really matter - even if it's stylized.

Gertler, Mark (1892-1939) - 1916 The Merry Go Round (Tate Gallery, London) by RasMarley, via Flickr

Gertler, Mark (1892-1939) - 1916 The Merry Go Round (Tate Gallery, London) by RasMarley, via Flickr

The Town of Collioure - James Dickson Innes      1908

The Town of Collioure - James Dickson Innes 1908

'The Doctor', WW1, 1916, by  C R W Nevinson. The setting is the 'Shambles' - old English term for a slaughter-house - a covered good yard outside Dunkirk where wounded soldiers were treated. They were deposited here on arrival from the Front before medical facilities were properly organised to cope with the enormous flood of injured men. Nevinson's first job as a volunteer with the Red Cross was to tend the dying men. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 725)

'The Doctor', WW1, 1916, by C R W Nevinson. The setting is the 'Shambles' - old English term for a slaughter-house - a covered good yard outside Dunkirk where wounded soldiers were treated. They were deposited here on arrival from the Front before medical facilities were properly organised to cope with the enormous flood of injured men. Nevinson's first job as a volunteer with the Red Cross was to tend the dying men. © IWM (Art.IWM ART 725)

Australia at the Royal Academy, review - Telegraph

Australia at the Royal Academy, review

Winter Landscape 1912-14 Roger Fry - fry perfectly captures the "heat" in light. Use light energy and heat for project.

Winter Landscape 1912-14 Roger Fry - fry perfectly captures the "heat" in light. Use light energy and heat for project.

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