design Kaiser Wilhelm II in the guise of Attila the Hun. The full-length figure wears animal skin and leggings. He holds a
heavy spiked mace in his left hand and dangles skulls from his right
text: "ATTILA 20" (stylised lettering, upper right corner)
Exhibition caption: "The German Kaiser, Wilhelm II, portrayed here as the notorious Hun (who was stopped at the gates
of Rome in AD 452) is the object of anti-German venom. Tato, a minor Futurist artist, was later to find fame as the painter of the Fascist
march on Rome (1922), a picture which became the property of Benito Mussolini"