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‘Sobre las Olas 1919′ Oil on Masonite, by Tomas Clayton

‘Sobre las Olas 1919′ Oil on Masonite, by Tomas Clayton

Napoo. A portrait in oil on masonite.  'Napoo' World War I British and ANZAC army slang, probably a corruption of French “il n′y a plus” (“there is no more”).

Napoo. A portrait in oil on masonite. 'Napoo' World War I British and ANZAC army slang, probably a corruption of French “il n′y a plus” (“there is no more”).

The green baize comet. Oil on masonite

The green baize comet. Oil on masonite

Title: 1157 1157 Eton graduates died in The Great War Oil on Masonite 41.5 cm x 56.5 cm

Title: 1157 1157 Eton graduates died in The Great War Oil on Masonite 41.5 cm x 56.5 cm

'Ghost' Oil on Masonite by   Tomas Clayton

'Ghost' Oil on Masonite by Tomas Clayton

1157, detail

1157, detail

Oil on Masonite 53cm x 50cm This painting is about Isolation. 'Apres la guerre' (After the war) was a term used by British soldiers during WW1, a sort of 'light at the end of the tunnel' aphorism. 'Apres la guerre, we'll drink decent tea!' 1918. A young soldier sips tea from a battered tin mug. The birds of Paradise writhe, wings as sharp as bayonets, lethal as pistols, entangled in leaves of barbed wire. They fall in attitudes of shock and brokenness Memories of a cruelty, impossible to…

Oil on Masonite 53cm x 50cm This painting is about Isolation. 'Apres la guerre' (After the war) was a term used by British soldiers during WW1, a sort of 'light at the end of the tunnel' aphorism. 'Apres la guerre, we'll drink decent tea!' 1918. A young soldier sips tea from a battered tin mug. The birds of Paradise writhe, wings as sharp as bayonets, lethal as pistols, entangled in leaves of barbed wire. They fall in attitudes of shock and brokenness Memories of a cruelty, impossible to…

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