SPAIN’S civil war inspired a whole generation of writers and poets, but the involvement of British artists is less widely-known.
But now a new exhibition in the UK, entitled Conscience and Conflict: British Artists and the Spanish Civil War, casts a light on artists’ reactions to the war.
The exhibition – which juxtaposes never-seen works alongside world-famous loans – includes pieces from photographs to landscapes, from bloodied sketches to campaign posters.
Held at Pallant House in Chichester, the exhibition runs until February 15.
For more information, visit www.pallant.org.uk or call 0044 2143 774 557.
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- Taking my mind off the end of Semana Santa - 6 Apr, 2015 @ 15:53
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