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.
‘don’t lose your head’ another patrol did not come back to the garrison… new illustration from my ‘1863 - Wolfpack ‘ project, about the group of extraordinary insurgents fighting against the Russian Empire in the nineteenth-century Poland… :)