Your Paintings - Christopher Nevinson paintings

Your Paintings - Christopher Nevinson paintings

Your Paintings - Christopher Nevinson paintings

Painting of British soldiers in the trenches at the Battle of the Somme on the Western Front in France.

A line of soldiers take aim at a group of unarmed Belgian civilians, preparing to fire.

In August German troops shot and killed 150 civilians at Aerschot. The killing was part of war policy known as Schrecklichkeit (“frightfulness”). Its purpose was to terrify civilians in occupied areas so that they would not rebel.

Your Paintings - Guy Lipscombe paintings

First World War: A Group of Casualties in a Room under a Gas Lamp

March of Civilisation

March of Civilisation - Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, 1940

Belgian women and children carry bundles of their possessions through the streets of a Belgian town as they are led away by German soldiers. One of their number, a young boy, kisses his mother goodbye as the procession passes a church. text: ISSUED BY THE QUEENSLAND RECRUITING COMMITTEE. WILL YOU STAND FOR THIS? INTO CAPTIVITY - A SCENE IN A BELGIAN TOWN.

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The ruins of Reims cathedral

The ruins of Reims cathedral and of Reims (French City) during the first world war

This iis Dix's painting, 'Mealtime in the Trench'

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This iis Dix's painting, 'Wounded Man'

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