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Win 2 Tickets to War in the Sunshine
Win 2 Tickets to War in the Sunshine

Estorick Collection - Win 2 Tickets to War in the Sunshine

We're giving away 2 tickets to this fascinating exhibition revealing the unexplored role of British forces in Italy during WW1.

Competition Ends: 21/02/2017

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Reopening this month, the Estorick Collection makes a triumphant return with War in the Sunshine: The British in Italy 1917-1918 (13 January - 19 March), a new exhibition revealing the little-known role of British forces in Italy during the First World War.

Highlighting this forgotten aspect of Britain’s First World War, this fascinating exhibition includes 24 drawings, paintings by official war artist Sydney Carline, and some 50 images by war photographers W.J. Brunell and Ernest Brooks, all on special loan from the Imperial War Museum.

A series of works by London-based contemporary artist Keith Roberts will also be on display, responding to the themes and concerns of the show.

Win 2 tickets to War in the Sunshine: The British in Italy at the Estorick Collection!

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