A proposed watercolour painting to accompany the
poem by William Blake ‘The Tyger’ published in 1794
In Reflection A proposed illustration for the book ‘The Versions of us’ The main character ‘Jim’ is reflected in the eye of ‘Helena’. The reflection being the roads taken
in life, the decisions made and the outcomes.
The Death of the Duke of Brunswick.
A depiction of the dukes death at the battle of Quatre
Bras, the prelude to Waterloo in 1815. The painting is in watercolour and is an attempt to visualise as accurately as possible the scene at the time using
much historical research and eyewitness accounts.
A depiction of the SS atrocity in Oradour-sur-Glane, Normandy 1944. This watercolour became the cover artwork for a Pen & Sword Battleground book titled
‘Oradour Massacre Aftermath’ by Philip Beck. Influence
came from the feel and look of the Sven Hassel series
© Copyright 2017 Adrian George
This watercolour painting shows a wet and
bedraggled officer of the 44th foot taking orders from a dapper guards officer. The contrast between
their appearance is vivid. The officer must lead his men again through the stormy night towards Mont St. Jean, near a village called Waterloo.