"We are Making a New World" - by Paul Nash. 1918.  The destruction and desolation of the First World War. Given extra impact by the painting's title.

"We Are Making a New World" was painted by Paul Nash in The setting in this painting is Inverness Copse, which was the scene of German resistance during the British offensive in the summer of Paul Nash was commissioned as an official war artist.

A German soldier holds a camera, standing in front of a destroyed British Mark IV (female) tank and the burned remains of its crew in 1917. (Deutsches Bundesarchiv)

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A German soldier holds a camera, standing in front of a destroyed British Mark IV (female) tank and the burned remains of its crew in (Deutsches Bundesarchiv)

'On the Road to Ypres' by Christopher Nevinson: Lost work by renowned First World War artists come to light #Art #WWI

Lost work by renowned First World War artists come to light

'On the Road to Ypres' by Christopher Nevinson: Lost work by renowned First World War artists come to light

Examples of Propaganda from WW1 | Australian WW1 Propaganda Posters

Australian WWI recruitment poster, "Get Into Khaki. We are doing our bit" (from the collection of the Australian War Memorial)

WW1 recruiting poster: John Bull demands to know who hasn't volunteered yet. Behind him are rows of soldiers, already being slaughtered in the trenches.

A World War I recruitment poster, featuring John Bull pointing accusingly at the reader, with the text ‘Who’s absent?’ Behind him rows of soldiers can be seen.

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘In the Air’ 1917

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson (British, In the Air Lithograph

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Stand To Before Dawn, by John Nash. The British war artist John Nash…

Colin Unwind: Observation of Fire: Gunner Officers Correcting Their Battery Fire by Field Telephone from a Disused Trench in No-Man's-Land, 1919.

Observation of Fire: Gunner Officers Correcting Their Battery Fire by Field Telephone from a Disused Trench in No-Man's-Land, by Colin Unwin Gill,

Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson, ‘Assembling Parts’ 1917

Artwork details Artist Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson Title Assembling Parts From Britain's Efforts and Ideals Date 1917 Medium Lithograph on paper Dimensions

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Actor recreates the feeling of trench warfare and shell shock many soldiers dealt with during the First World War during an interactive exhibition (I believe) at the Tank Museum.

"Henry Tonks, 'Portrait of a wounded soldier before treatment', 1916-17, pastel. Courtesy of the Royal College of Surgeons of England."

"Henry Tonks, 'Portrait of a wounded soldier before treatment', pastel. Courtesy of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

C. R. W. Nevinson  one of my favourite WW 1 Artists

La Mitrailleuse (pen & ink on paper) by English artist Christopher Richard Wynne Nevinson

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