Painting the Canadian Forestry Corps (continued)
Major General the Right Honourable J.E.B. Seely, CB, CMG, DSO, on his Charger

By Munnings' own account, it was Canadian Forestry Corps officers who, in April 1918, took the initiative in having him assigned to paint their work. He first went through the Normandy logging camps at Conches, Dreux, and Bellême. From there he travelled to the Jura region of eastern France.

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