Tag: WW1

BAL47691 Man Smoking a Pipe, 1890-92 (oil on canvas) by Cezanne, Paul (1839-1906); 91x72 cm; Pushkin Museum, Moscow, Russia; French,  out of copyright
Art, What's On

Top Art Exhibitions: June

Looking for creative ways to spend your summer? Look no further. The sunny June weather isn’t the only thing that’s been eagerly anticipated… this month sees the opening of a number of big blockbuster exhibitions we can’t wait to visit. Whether you’re an art connoisseur, Hollywood film buff or science […]

Art, History

The Art of War (1914-18)

Representing the ravaged landscapes and soldiers who would never return, we bring you images by acclaimed artists, vividly chronicling their first-hand experiences of World War One.   British War Artists on the Front Line Official war artists were a select group, contracted to produce images of the war. Their role […]

LLE817194 Canadian soldier with a dog 'captured' at Courcelette, Somme, France, World War I (b/w photo) by Canadian Photographer, (20th century); Private Collection; (add.info.: Canadian soldier with a dog 'captured' at Courcelette, Somme, France, World War I.); © Look and Learn / Elgar Collection; Canadian,  it is possible that some works by this artist may be protected by third party rights in some territories
History

WWI Animal Heroes

We explore the contribution of dogs, horses, kangaroos and more during the Great War effort with images and footage in the Bridgeman archive. Messengers and forms of transport ‘War horses‘ were heavily utilised in World War I transporting supplies and soldiers. Machine guns, however, took them down quickly and hundreds […]

Art, Culture, History

WWI in colour

Discover rare and vibrant colour autochromes, documenting the soldiers and battles during First World War. Impressionist visions of war Who would have thought there were original colour photos of World War One? The French army regularly used autochromes and Paget colour plates to document their experiences.Catch a rare glimpse of […]

buff films reels
Culture, History

Call Yourself a Film Buff?

Welcome to Buff Films, a fascinating private collection from renowned filmmaker John Edwards. Covering the history of flight, NATO promo films from the 70s and 80s, and historical documentary and newsreel footage throughout the 20th century, this rich and exclusive collection is fully available through Bridgeman Footage. First flights Charting […]