Shell Shock was a term used to describe the psychological trauma suffered by men serving at the battlefronts during the First World War. The constant artillery bombardment along these fronts often distorted the minds of otherwise mentally stable soldiers and resulted in severe physical, as well as mental, disabilities.
- Acrylic on canvas
- 70 x 160 cm (27½ x 63 in)
- Deep canvas (44mm)
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