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Image: MametzWood Christopher Williams
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Description: 'The Welsh at Mametz Wood' painted by Christopher Williams (1873-1934). Williams was commissioned by Secretary of State for War David Lloyd George. Williams, who was not an official war artist, was allowed to visit the site in November 1916. Williams had soldiers pose for his work, and completed preparatory sketches. The painting, itself, was completed by 1917. William's work depicts the brutual fighting undertake by the 38th (Welsh) Division at Mametz Wood on 11 July 1916 (Christopher Williams. BBC. Retrieved on 15 December 2015. and 'The Welsh at Mametz Wood'. Wales at War. Retrieved on 15 December 2015.).
Title: MametzWood Christopher Williams
Credit: The Welsh at Mametz Wood. National Museum Wales. Retrieved on 15 December 2015.
Author: Christopher Williams
Usage Terms: Public domain
License: Public domain
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