'Gassed' by John Singer Sargent. This was a painting showing the effect of the mustard gas witch made it very hard for the soldiers to do anything.

This BBC article analyzes a famous Sargent painting from WWI, Gassed.

this picture was made in 1924 it represents when the enemy would wear gas masks and use mustard gas and attack the enemy

Otto Dix 'Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor [Stormtroops advancing under gas]' 1924 etching, aquatint, drypoint Collection of the National Gallery of Australia,

this picture was made in 1918 it represents the first gas attack by Germany at Ypres.

"The First German Gas Attack at Ypres" Oil by William Patrick Roberts.

C.R.W. Nevinson, Paths Of Glory, 1917, oil on canvas, 467 x 609 mm (Imperial War Museum, London) It showed the part of war that was death.

Paths of Glory is a 1917 painting by British artist Christopher Nevinson. Imperial War Museums × centimetres The title quotes from a line from Thomas Gray's poem Elegy Written in a Country Churchyard: "The paths of glory lead but to the grave"

Weimar: Art of the First World War it was designed to show people of pain.

Art of the First World War - Max Oppenheimer, Bleeding Man, 1911

this painting shows the destructino of war and the trail behind.

Adolf Erbslöh, Destroyed Forest near Verdun, 1916

this video is a slideshow of art from WWI

Otto Dix 'Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor [Stormtroops advancing under gas]' 1924 etching, aquatint, drypoint Collection of the National Gallery of Australia,


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