Frederick Carter: The Four Winds of the Apocalypse, 1925 - on Art WW I

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Frederick Carter:
The Four Winds of the Apocalypse, 1925

Unmounted (ref: 6189)
Etching
4 3/8 x 7 3/4 in. (11 x 20 cm) plate size

Tags: Frederick Carter etching print allegory painted en plein air portraits study theatre war No Mans Land RELIGION WW-1 Paintings Commemorating World War I World War One and its Aftermath



During the war, Carter produced anti-war cartoons for the Labour Party's Herald Weekly and worked as a librarian in the Aeronautical Directorate. His work of the war period and its aftermath has much in common with the imagery of Apollinaire's The Little Car (August 31, 1914)

During the 1920's, Carter became a mystic and worked on illustrations for D.H. Lawrence's Apocalypse (1929).


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