A wildcat in gold in the foreground of this work with soldiers fighting in the background with bayonets. A powerful print by the British artist Malcolm Morely, an aquatint etching signed and numbered by the artist, unframed. In the 1970s, Morley's work began to be more expressionist, and he began to incorporate collage into his work. Many of his paintings from the mid-70s, such as Train Wreck (1975), depict 'catastrophes'. Later in the decade, he began to use his own earlier drawings and watercolours as the subject for his paintings.

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