Frank Brangwyn: Peace (Love Amid Ruins), circa 1915 - on Art WW I



Frank Brangwyn:
Peace (Love Amid Ruins), circa 1915

Unmounted (ref: 5910)

Sgned in pencil with monogram

Trial proof, lithograph in sepia ink

Plate, 10 ½ x 9 in. (26.6 x 22.8 cm)

Tags: Frank Brangwyn ink lithograph pencil plate allegory war No Mans Land WW-1 Paintings Commemorating World War I

Provenance: Private Collection

Literature: (Marechal, Collectie Frank Brangwyn, 1987, p.189); Brangwyn at War, Dr Libby Horner,

The editioned version of this lithograph was printed in black.  This image, showing a woodcutter offering a flower to a baby whilst the mother looks on, behind a war torn landscape, was intended, ‘to promote the resurgence of Belgium after the war’, (Marechal, Collectie Frank Brangwyn, 1987, p.189)
This will appear a ref P 1020 in Libby Horners forthcoming catalogue raisonne of Brangwyn.

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