Royal Irish Fusiliers: 'Just come from the Chemical Works, Roeux: 21st May 1917'

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  • Art.IWM ART 3013
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  • Frame: wood
  • Support: paper
  • Glazing: perspex
  • Window Mount: board
  • medium: charcoal
  • Frame: Depth 33 mm, Height 743 mm, Width 632 mm
  • Support: Height 520 mm, Width 419 mm
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  • object category: drawing
IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUMS Gift of the artist, 1918

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Object description

image: A study of an exhausted soldier slumped in a sitting position, his steel helmet balanced on his knee and his arms hanging loosely by his sides.


The soldier was identified by Sir James Stronge as a Sergeant Slater who was killed later in the war. In November 1918, Sir James wrote to Agnews, where the drawing had been exhibited, requesting photographs to give to the family and further information that might be of interest to them.

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Framed and mounted charcoal drawing.

History note

Department of Information commission


21st May 1917*

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