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Why did Winston Churchill’s ‘The Rose of York’ go to War?

When the world was still reeling from the 1917 Russian Revolution, the British prime minister decided to paint a portrait of Winston Churchill, the man who had fought for the Union against Germany, the Bolsheviks and the Nazis.The painting became known as “The Rose Of York” and is still widely regarded as the most famous

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Winston Churchill: The painting that will stay in my head forever?

Winston Churchill’s portrait of himself with a gun is going to be in my mind forever.And yet, the painting won’t stay in that painting forever.News.com and Stuff.co.nz The painting is currently on display at the National Gallery in Canberra.Topics:history,national-gallery-of-australia,austria,canberra-2600,act,art-history,census,aussies-government-and-politics,national—state-issues,government-prisons-and,national,art,artism,nationalart,world-war-1,canada