|Place made||United Kingdom: England, Greater London, London|
|Date made||c 1960|
|Medium||wax crayon, textile dye on coated paper|
|Measurement||overall: 30.4 x 25.4 cm|
Gallipoli landscape with hills and cliffs. The landscape is quite dark with a grey/brown mass in the foreground and a mottled expanse of dark brown with white highlights patterned by the top of a brush in the middle ground. In the distance there are overlapping grey and green hills with a green sky applied with horizontal strokes and broken on the horizon by strokes of yellow and white crayon. Nolan gives a sense of lament and sadness in an empty landscape that has witnessed the horrors of war.