The artist Thomas Hennell was one of three British Official War Artists to die during the Second World War. This is a full account of his life and times.
Hennell was highly regarded as an artist and author, his main theme being the English countryside. He struggled with serious mental illness and was eventually diagnosed as schizophrenic.
Hennell's paintings and drawings provide an insight into an era: they will appeal to those with a love of the countryside and farming, an interest in the Second World War, and admirers of the now very famous artists who were his friends and regarded him as an equal.
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