WW1 soldiers

Collection by Jez Payne

Jez Payne
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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.

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Lest we forget Photo by General Photography by Alain

Photo Shot on Canon T2i at Focal Length mm

This Riveting Art From the Front Lines of World War I Has Gone Largely Unseen for Decades William James Aylward depicted a soldier looking down at the grave of his bunk mate in His Bunkie. (National Museum of American History) Remembrance Day Art, Remembrance Tattoos, Military Art, Military History, Soldier Drawing, Soldier Silhouette, Ww1 Art, Ww1 Soldiers, War Tattoo

His Bunkie

Charcoal or crayon with gouache drawing on beige paper backed by card matte. The drawing depicts an American soldier, fully equipped, standing at the grave of his bunk mate or "bunkie." A wooden cross is at the head of the grave. Beside the cross are a helmet and what looks like a metal canister.