Interior of the Pavilion, Brighton: Indian Army Wounded
- Catalogue number
- Art.IWM ART 116
- Art and Popular Design
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- Support: canvas
- medium: oil
- Support: Height 558 mm, Width 457 mm
- Frame: Depth 112 mm, Height 787 mm, Width 688 mm
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- object category: painting
- IMPERIAL WAR MUSEUMS Gift of John Lane, 1916
image: An interior of the exotically decorated Music Room in the Brighton Pavilion. The room has been converted into a hospital ward and is lined with metal framed beds. All the wounded are Indian soldiers in turbans. Some sit by their beds in their overcoats looking out of the window to the right of the composition. Others lie in their beds beneath their blankets. There is a chandelier hanging in the centre of the painting and beyond this what appear to be Far-Eastern style works of art on the far wall.
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