Print of the Month (WWI)
- Where:National Art Library
DISPLAY: Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson 1889–1946. Returning to the Trenches, 1916, Etching and drypoint.
In his early career, Nevison was associated with Futurism, the artistic movement that celebrated technology, speed and violence. During the First World War, Nevison served as an official war artist and a volunteer ambulance driver. He was deeply affected by the horrors he witnessed and after the war broke away from the Futurists.
26 August – 27 September 2014, monthly changing
National Art Library opening times:
Tuesday - Thursday 10.00-17.30
Friday 10.00- 18.30
Displays complement our permanent collections; there are many free temporary displays around the V&A. They range in size from a single case to a room.
For WWI Centenary Displays and events please follow the link.