contemporary war artists original painting – danger tree
Some contemporary war artists endeavor to create war paintings by representing events. This original painting takes a well known symbol and transfers it to a place of remembrance and recognition. Danger Tree was the name given to the last tree standing in Flanders during the Great War. The tree, it is still there, bares the scars of war and is petrified. Soldiers looked upon it with bemusement and wondered if they would have a similar fate. Many did.
original signed painting
watercolour on paper
60 cm x 45 cm
24 in x 18 in
Danger Tree - contemporary war artists original painting
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