- Created by
- Felicia Browne 1904–1936
- Black and white photograph of four people standing next to a medical supplies van or ambulance
- April 1937
- Black and white photograph on paper
- 194 × 285 mm
- Photograph - print
- Tate Archive
- Purchased by Tate Archive from Jim Sproule, Lin Sproule and Felicia France, November 2010.
- TGA 201023/3/2
The van is emblazoned 'Ayuda Medical de los Artistas de Inglaterra a las Fuerzas Internacionales Madrid' [Medical aid from the artists of England for the International Forces] and the people in the photograph are identified on the back as Andrews (orderly), Jeser (Sec S.M.A.C), Coombes (Chief Transport Officer our Madrid Field Hospital) and Chambers (Transport Advisor from London). The location of the photograph is given as 'Outside Hotel Florida Gran Via Madrid, April 37'. Presumably this is the ambulance bought with money raised from the auction of paintings by various British artists in Dec 1936.
- Drawings and papers of Felicia Browne TGA 201023 (178)
- Photographs TGA 201023/3 (2)
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