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Leonard Rosoman, Bomb Falling into Water, 1942, oil on canvas, 63.5 x 76.2 cm, Tate Collection. Source

Stylistically, this does not seem like a piece of Second World War art. Rosoman depicted a scene of a bomb falling into the Thames in a fundamentally artistic manner, where the subject matter becomes somewhat ambiguous without the painting’s title.

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“Mistakes 2” by Ernest Volynec

50 x 40 cm (20″ x 16″) oil on canvas panel

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White Porch, 1986. James Holland. Acrylic on canvas.

“How much better is silence; the coffee cup, the table. How much better to sit by myself like the solitary sea-bird that opens its wings on the stake. Let me sit here for ever with bare things, this coffee cup, this knife, this fork, things in themselves, myself being myself.”
― Virginia Woolf, The Waves