6 monthes ago - By Gurney Journey
Italian-born British illustrator Fortunino Matania captured the frenzied joy as news of the end of the "Great War" echoed through Europe on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, one hundred years ago today.
Resources and LinksBook: Drawing from History: The Forgotten Art of Fortunino Matania Artice on Matania in Illustrator's Magazine. Catalog of original works and prints by Matania Previous posts: Matania famous demo of the Belgian barricade Matania's props and models Fortunino Matania on Wikipedia
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