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The Heritage of the Great War shows how contemporary artists look upon World War One.


painting Langemark Cemetery by Sandy Grant

  Langemark Cemetery, Flanders

 

Sandy Grant

Salient: battlefields and war cemeteries, by Sandy Grant, Scotland.


artist Bernd Ulrich

  fade (gas total)
      fade into the bleeding skin of time's wall. your manhood is only a gesture now.

 

Sig Bang Schmidt
Steve Dalachinsky

Art by Sig Bang Schmidt, Germany, with
poetry by Steve Dalachinsky, United States


Album of the Russian band Romislokus

 From the album Trans Aviation Pilots

 

Romislokus

Reply to In Flanders Fields: music by the Russian rock band Romislokus, Moscow.
Lyrics:  John McCrae and Stan Hilborn, Canada.


Black & White Pictures by Chris van Wierst, the Netherlands

 Hill 62, Flanders

 

Chris van Wierst

Impressions of Battlefields and War Cemeteries: black & white pictures by Chris van Wierst


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Red Button  Art of the First World War : to commemorate the 80th anniversary of the end of the First World War six important European Great War Museums have put 110 paintings from international collections on the Internet. Not contemporary art, but work made during the war. It is an excellent exhibition, well worth visiting.