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Anthony Gross (1905-1984) was a British painter, printmaker, animator, and illustrator. He is considered one of the finest landscape painters of the 20th century. Gross was also an Official War Artist during World War II and landed in Normandy with the Allied troops on D-Day.

Some of Anthony Gross’s best-known works include:

The Bayeux Tapestry (1944): This painting depicts the Bayeux Tapestry, which is an embroidered cloth nearly 70 meters long that depicts the events leading up to the Norman conquest of England.
The Battle of Caen (1944): This painting depicts the Battle of Caen, which was a battle fought between the Allies and the Germans during World War II.
The Clyde-Built Ships (1941-1942): This series of paintings depicts the shipbuilding industry on the River Clyde in Scotland during World War II.
Anthony Gross’s work has been exhibited in several museums and galleries around the world. Some of the notable exhibitions include:

Anthony Gross Exhibition of Paintings and Etchings 2021 at Goldmark in Uppingham, UK (2021).
Anthony Gross: The War Years at the Imperial War Museum in London, UK (1984).
Anthony Gross: A Retrospective at the Royal Academy of Arts in London, UK (1981)