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Artsome lists a few works by eminent artists of the First World War, that define the historic event.
CRW Nevinson, Returning to the Trenches, 1914.
David Bomberg, Sappers at WorkCanadian Tunnelling Company, R14, St Eloi, 1918 – 1919, charcoal drawing, 673 x 558 mm, Collection Imperial War Museum.
Mary Riter Hamilton, Shelter Trench on the Somme, 1919.
Mary Riter Hamilton, Trenches on the Somme, 1919, oil on commercial canvas board, 37.8 x 45.8 cm.
Muirhead Bone, Tanks, 1918.
Otto Dix, Trench Warfare, 1932.
Paul Nash, Battle of Britain, 1941.
Paul Nash, Landscape from a Dream, 1936–8, Oil paint on canvas, 679 x 1016 mm, Collection Tate.
Paul Nash, The Messerschmidt in Windsor Great Park, 1940, Pastel, graphite and watercolour on paper, 400 x 578 mm, Collection Tate.
Sir William Orpen, The Thinker, 1918.
William Orpen, ‘To the Unknown British Soldier in France’, 1921.
Wyndham Percy Lewis, A Battery Shelled, 1919, oil painting, 1828 x 3175 mm, Collection Imperial War Museum.