• Title: A Troopship being repainted from its dazzle camouflage (1919)
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Description

Watercolour on paper.  Signed and dated.

During the First World War many cruisers were chartered by the Allied Governments for use as troopships or hospital ships for troops. Many were painted with Dazzle Camouflage. This picture shows one such ship being repainted back into her original colours.

 

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