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David Bomberg (1890-1957), Painter

David Garshen Bomberg

Sitter in 5 portraits
Artist of 5 portraits
Artist; served with the Royal Engineers in France from 1915. Mud-Bath and In The Hold (Tate Gallery) are among the best-known of his pre-War paintings and recognised as masterpieces of the Vorticist movement. His later works are landscapes and portraits in a freely expressionist style, often painted on his travels in Europe and the Near East.

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David Bomberg

by David Garshen Bomberg
chalk, 1913-1914
NPG 4522

4821

David Bomberg

by David Garshen Bomberg
charcoal and wash, 1931
NPG 4821

6653

David Bomberg ('Self-Portrait with Pipe')

by David Garshen Bomberg
oil on board, circa 1932
NPG 6653

5345a

David Bomberg

by David Garshen Bomberg
oil on millboard, circa 1937
NPG 5345a

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David Bomberg

by David Garshen Bomberg
oil on millboard, circa 1937
NPG 5345b

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