Original pen drawing of a Scottish and German 1st World War soldiers (1 of 1)
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Original pen drawing of a Scottish and German 1st World War soldiers

REF: 2402 / LA321378
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Description
"Sandy has recognised the waiter who gave him a bad "sixpence" in his change" This pen drawing and other works came from an album of drawings and watercolours collected between 1910 and 1920 by Bertha Anderson. She lived on a farm called Blink Bonny near Auldearn between Nairn and Forres on the Moray Firth in Scotland. During the 1st World War she worked in a convalescent hospital for wounded soldiers. Also in the area was a Canadian regiment of Foresters who were making pit props, trackways and dugouts for the battlefields of Europe. These paintings were produced, we must assume, by the men she met while working at the hospital, dances or other social activities. Some are definitely soldiers as they have signed their names with rank and/or regiment. A fascinating and historically interesting group of pictures capturing a period in time when the world was at war.

measurements

Height:
17 cm
Width:
13 cm

declaration

21st Century Gallery has clarified that the Original pen drawing of a Scottish and German 1st World War soldiers (LA321378) is genuinely of the period declared with the date/period of manufacture being c.1917

condition

The pen drawing is in good condition

additional info

Period:
1910s
Material:
Origin:
Scottish
Artisan:
-
Date of Manufacture:
c.1917

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