The largest war exhibition in almost 100 yearsArtists have been interpreting WW1 for nearly a century. This huge exhibition brings together works created during and after the war, juggling truth and memory as notions that shaped artistic expression and developed a whole new creative genre: war art. With paintings from WB Wollen to Paul Nash, the legacy the war left behind is brought together in the finest of exhibitions.
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