Art of the First World War

Reliefs at Dawn by C.R.W. Nevinson

Whether expressed in the bold strokes, the use of colour, or brutal reality of the depicted scenes, the First World War had tremendously shaped art across Europe. Many works of that period reflect the atrocities of war, providing a vivid account of human tragedy.

Here are some remarkable examples:
A Taube by C.R.W. Nevinson

The Doctor by C.R.W. Nevinson Portrait of Apollinaire by	Jean Cocteau

L'Enfer by Georges Leroux

Grafik by Ernst Ludwig Kirchner Smiling man - self portrait by Walter Gramatté
Paths Of Glory by C.R.W. Nevinson

Hilfswerk d. J.A.H. by Peter August Böckstiegel Toter Genosse by Conrad Felixmüller

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