Man of Kent


The military artist Lady Butler (1846 - 1933) painted this well-known image of a soldier of the Buffs in World War 1. The painting hung in the officers mess in Canterbury. The title of the painting is Man of Kent which is how people of east Kent are termed while Kentish men are from west Kent.


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