Re: copyNovember 27 2017 at 12:57 PM
|James P |
Response to copy
I throw this out there that if he himself did not paint it then he played a big role in seeing it painted, maybe by one of his students post war under his direction. Consider the fact the man started the war as a trooper in the Governor General Horse Guards spent three years in the ranks and remained the units war artist for the duration. So how one of his paintings or this copy of one of his paintings ends up hanging on the GGHG mess wall is not that big of a imagination stretch.
- Re: copy - James P on Nov 27, 2017, 1:13 PM