This piece of art was inspired by a song written in 1918, and more specifically the imagery on the cover of the original 1918 publication and sheet music billfold. The song and the artwork known as “The Rose of No Man’s Land” is a tribute to Red Cross nurses from the frontlines of World War I. These courageous women would brave the horrendously muddy conditions of the trenches and no man’s land to give care to fallen soldiers. Their prominent Red Cross adorned on their caps looked like a beautiful red rose amongst the mud and decay. Artwork by Jayare Robbins of Idle Hands Tattoo in Mesa, AZ.
$5.00 – $9.00