Views of Frith Hill Camp by George Kenner

George Kenner was a German-born artist. Between May and September 1915 he was interned at Frith Hill. He was given a unique opportunity to create an accurate visual account of life in an internment camp.

The images below come from a collection of paintings and drawing held at Surrey Heath Museum. Click on any of the images to see a larger version.

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Click here to see another gallery of George Kenner’s paintings of Frith Hill camp.

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Watercolours painted by Kenner during his subsequent internment at Alexandra PalaceĀ are held by Bruce Castle Museum, Tottenham.

 

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