3 edition of Artists at war, 1914-1918 found in the catalog.
Artists at war, 1914-1918
Bibliography: p. 31.
|Statement||[by Robert Cumming].|
|Contributions||Bone, Muirhead, Sir, 1876-1953., Kettle"s Yard Gallery.|
|LC Classifications||N6768 .C78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||31 p.,  p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|LC Control Number||80474172|
Poems of the Great War book. Read 25 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Published to commemorate the eightieth anniversary /5. Get this from a library! Art and the Great War. [A E Gallatin; Bertha Goudy; Beck Engraving Company,; E.P. Dutton (Firm),] -- ABE: Contents of this original copy of World War I art are clean with full-page reproductions of paintings, sketches, propaganda posters and cartoons by artists from America, Canada, France and.
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He began officer training at Plattsburg, New York soon after America entered the war and was commissioned as a first lieutenant in September He was a member of the 40th Engineers (Camouflage) when he was selected to lead the eight official war artists and promoted to captain.
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While Cork's exhibition and book of the same title made war art by avant-garde artists newly visible, it did not challenge the idea that the war was catastrophic for modern art. Philip Dagen's Le silence des peintres: les artistes face à la Grande Guerre () took issue with both Cork and Silver arguing that the visuality of the First World WarFile Size: KB.
Bitter Witness is an intensive, factual study of Otto Dix’s war-related art. It is the first book to place Dix’s etching cycle, Der Krieg, alongside numerous paintings and drawings in the perspective of his war experience on two fronts from mid to ’s finale. It includes a full history of the war, the Weimar Republic’s socio-political upheavals, and the Nazi years, Cited by: 5.The exhibition The World at War, – marks the centenary of the start of World War I.
Once thought to be “the war to end war,” such naïve optimism was quickly shattered by the experience of civilian and soldier thrust into the shared horror of industrial warfare. The war lasted four long years and killed ten million people.Heeding the call from Gibson to “Draw ‘til it hurts,” hundreds of leading American artists created works about the Great War ().
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