Sunrise, Inverness Copse
- Catalogue number
- Art.IWM ART 724
- Art and Popular Design
- Production date
- Subject period
- Frame: wood
- Support: paper
- Glazing: perspex
- Window Mount: board
- medium: Watercolour
- medium: chalk
- medium: ink
- Frame: Depth 49 mm, Height 497 mm, Width 637 mm
- Support: Height 254 mm, Width 355 mm
- Mount: Height 468 mm, Width 610 mm
- Alternative names
- object name: Watercolour
- object category: drawing
- IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUMS
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Image: a view over a devastated Western Front landscape at Inverness Copse, near Ypres in Belgium. The ground is a layer of thick brown mud, from which rise the trunks of shattered trees. There is a lake beyond the copse, and a bright sun rising over the brown-coloured clouds in the background.
This drawing formed the basis for Paul Nash's famous oil painting, 'We are Making a New World' (IWM ART 1146).
Framed watercolour in a window mount.
- Great Britain GB
- Germany (pre 1945 and post 1990) DE
- Inverness Copse, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium
- St Martin's Cathedral, Ypres, West Flanders, Belgium
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