Art of war R. Caton Woodville

Whiter, Robert H.
August 1996
Military History;Aug96, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p42
Profiles painter, Richard Caton Woodville, focusing on his military painting `The Charge of the Light Brigade.' How the painting is viewed; Other paintings by Woodville; Influences on Woodville and his work; Date on which the painter died; Age Woodville was upon his death.


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