Watercolour and ink on paper
Private Collection, UKMore details...
Richard had to learn to deflect anti-German feeling at his boarding school.
". . . I found there was one way in which I could make my fellows forget their antagonisms. It was generally acknowledged that I could draw so I entertained the uncritical rabble with extravagant battle pictures, often of a murderous nature, and in their appreciation of these works they lost sight of my German antecedents."
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