Canadian painter Bev Tosh shares her series paying tribute to war brides

Bev Tosh, a Canadian artist, painted One-Way Passage, a monumental portrait of her mother Dorothy as a young war bride

Artist Bev Tosh says her series of over 150 paintings of war brides started with a larger-than-life portrait of her mother. Tosh says the collection – currently showing at the RAF museum in London — has become “extremely powerful.”

The Canadian Press

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