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Nevinson’s prints were particularly admired when first exhibited. One critic wrote that he ‘contrives to make the visitor almost giddy,’ another that he possessed ‘the power of expressing sensations rather than visual facts’. Nevinson studied lithography under Ernest Jackson in 1912. At the outbreak of war he volunteered as an ambulance driver, an experience which deeply affected him. He was appointed an official war artist in 1917.
lithograph on paper
H 47.7 x W 38.9 cm
NMW A 13193
gift from H. M. Ministry of Information, 1919