Artist's description:

One in a series of paintings exploring the Battle of Stalingrad. The various elements: overall canvas shape, the colours, textures and laminated computer image all contribute to suggesting the theme. Here the "L' shape refers, amongst other things, to the left bank of the Volga which was the most significant strategically. During the making of this work, I read both German and Russian accounts of the siege to try to get a better understanding of this momentuous historical event, and trusted to my unconscious to allow aspects to filter through to the work. Sometimes, only later, I realised why I had chosen certain colours or shapes. First exhibited at the Brahm Gallery, Leeds in 1996.

Materials used:

Oil and laminated computer print on hardboard.

Stalingrad: The Left Bank of the Volga (1996)


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This artwork is sold by Kenneth Hay from France

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