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Wounded, Passchendaele

Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery

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A scene of a group of stretcher bearers carrying a wounded soldier through a landscape of burnt tree stumps and puddles. Four men carry the stretcher at shoulder height, one at each corner, two men carrying rifles visible in the valley behind them. The predominately black, white and grey colour scheme suits the cartoonish stylisation of this painting, but there are some light tones of colour in the yellow sky and green ground.

Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester


Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 45.9 x W 50.7 cm

Accession number

1920.79

Acquisition method

purchased from the Exhibition of War Paintings and Drawings, 1920

Work type

Painting

Inscription description

artist's inscription : : brc : artist's name : Paul Nash


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Manchester Art Gallery

Manchester Art Gallery, Mosley Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M2 3JL England

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