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This drawing was donated by the artist to the War Artists' Advisory Committee (WAAC) scheme (No. LD 1231). Sir William Russell Flint obtained permission from the Admiralty to paint Devonport dockyard (Plymouth). He used this opportunity to produce work for his Royal Watercolour Society Diploma. Flint also produced pictures of bomb-damage in the dockyard. The sitter, Humfrey John Bradley Moore (1898–1985) had been a friend of the artist since the 1920s.
graphite on paper
H 33 x W 24 cm
gift from HM Government, 1948
Drawing & watercolour