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Hands are witness. Installation with photographic impressions on ceramic, wire. Rachèle Rivière Plus Ceramic Pottery, Ceramic Art, Art Textile, Hand Art, Oeuvre D'art, Installation Art, Altered Art, Art Lessons, Sculpture Art

Céramiste, Plasticienne | HANDS ARE WITNESS

Hands are witness. Installation with photographic impressions on ceramic, wire. Rachèle Rivière

British WWII poster, Philip Zec, Use of perspective and scale was a prominent tool in the Drawing the eye through the image from small to large scale focus. could use this in carries war, hint at the period without making it a WWII book. Vintage Advertisements, Vintage Ads, Vintage Posters, Retro Posters, Nazi Propaganda, Penguin Books, Ww2 Posters, History Posters, Historia Universal

Philip Zec. Come into the factories. 1941

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Sir John Lawes Art Faculty: Apart And Or Together Edexcel GCSE 2015 - Figure Drawing - Henry Moore Shelter Drawings Henry Moore Drawings, Stanley Spencer, Air Raid, A Level Art, Barbara Hepworth, Gcse Art, Portraits, Light In The Dark, Art Drawings

The Art of War

Last night's Channel 4 documentary, The Art of War, presented by Jon Snow, was an impassioned and absorbing survey of the ways in which British artists have responded to the horrors of war and, since the First World War, challenged the idea that war art should simply celebrate valour, victory and glory. Snow traced this…

'Poppies and Pipes' by Jacqueline Hurley War Poppy Collection Remembrance painting Poppy Appeal Second World War painting Royal British Legion, British Army, Remembrance Day Poppy, Ww1 Art, D Day Normandy, War Tattoo, Original Art, Original Paintings, Armistice Day

The War Poppy Collection | remembrance art by Jacqueline Hurley

Poppy Art. Remembrance Art. A powerful & poignant tribute to our Armed Forces reflecting the sacrifice of those who fought in WWI, WWII and the numerous more recent conflicts worldwide.

‘A Bantam Hercules’, Eric Kennington, 1917 Remembrance Day Art, Ww1 Art, Military Drawings, A Level Art, Gcse Art, World War One, Military Art, Art Sketchbook, Les Oeuvres

‘A Bantam Hercules’, Eric Kennington, 1917 | Tate

Artwork page for ‘A Bantam Hercules’, Eric Kennington, 1917 This drawing was reproduced in a volume called British Artists at the Front published in 1918. The accompanying commentary noted that, at the beginning of the first world war, army recruits under 5 feet 2 inches tall were rejected. But ‘in the factory districts of Lancashire and Cheshire, the average stature is lower’. The desire to volunteer for the army was so strong that men between 5 feet and 5 feet 2 inches tall were recruited…

From our History poster range, the Norman Conquest 1066 Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning. Uk History, History Timeline, History Education, Mystery Of History, History Teachers, Teaching History, European History, History Museum, British History

Norman Conquest 1066 | History Educational School Posters

From our History poster range, the Norman Conquest 1066 Poster is a great educational resource that helps improve understanding and reinforce learning.

John Nash R. Over the Top. The Artists Rifles going 'over the top' at Marcoing, near Cambrai. Nash was one of only twelve men to be spared death or wounding in this action. This painting was loaned to the National Army Museum in the The Snow, John Singer Sargent, World War One, First World, Ww1 Art, John Nash, Top Paintings, First Art, Art Uk

'Over The Top'. 1st Artists' Rifles at Marcoing, 30th December 1917

image: a landscape in the snow. On the left, a red earth trench lined with duckboards stretches away from the viewer. Agroup of soldiers clamber from the trench, going 'over the top'. Two lie dead in the trench and another has fallen lying face down in thesnow. Those who have survived plod forward towards the right without looking back.

Paul Nash was 25 at the outbreak of the First World War. He would come to see himself as a messenger to those who wanted the war to go on for ever, creating some of the most devastating landscapes … World War One, First World, Ww1 Art, John Nash, Lascaux, English Artists, Wood Engraving, Military Art, Fine Art

Paul Nash: Existence « Postcards From The Great War

This postcard is filed under Artists, Imperial War Museum, Museum, Paul Nash. Postcards From The Great War is powered by WordPress Created by Sarah Frisk for the Colby College English Department EN398 Literature of World War I and the Rise of Modernism Spring 2010

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