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Details 448 came from The Roll Call - Calling the Roll after an Engagement in the Crimea (1874), by Elizabeth Thompson, Lady Butler. It was one of those Victorian blockbuster paintings which toured and drew enormous crowds everywhere - "The Roll Call is Coming" said the sandwich-boards in Newcastle - something one can't imagine happening to an artwork nowadays; not least because, for us, a painting, unlike a concert, is an individual rather than a crowd experience. One shouldn't see The Roll Call, painted 20 years after the Crimean War, as "anti-war". It has a perfectly unsubversive Remembrance Sunday pathos. It's in the Royal Collection.

The first three correct entries came from: B Whelan, Stourbridge; A Seaton, Edinburgh; and C Fox, London NW6

In which picture by which painter can you find this wetter?

Answers on a postcard, to arrive by Friday 17 September: DETAILS 450, IoS, 1 Canada Square, London E14 5DL. Three winners will each receive a bottle of champagne