1. Going to Hell: British Artists and the First World War

Dr Richard Cork discusses some key British artists and art works that were affected and inspired by the First World War.

7th October 2014.

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Going to Hell: British Artists and the First World War by Richard Cork

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The Mud bath by David Bomberg, 1914

Billet by David Bomberg

Information about Billet by David Bomberg

Plan of War by Wyndham Lewis, 1914

Information about Wyndham Lewis

The Crowd by Wyndham Lewis, 1915

Combact no.2 by Wyndham Lewis, 1914

BLAST Magazineː War number. July 1915

Tum tiddly um tum pom pom by C.R.W Nevinson (Lost painting)

The Strand by C.R.W Nevinson( lost painting)

The Arrival by C.R.W Nevinson, 1913

Returning to the Trenches by C.R.W Nevinson

Le Mitrailleuse by C.R.W Nevison, given to the Tate

Flooded Trench on the Yser by C.R.W Nevinson

A Bursting shell by C.R.W Nevinson

Jacob Epstein in his studio 1

Jacob Epstein in his studio 2

Rock Drill by Jacob Epstein 1913-15

Torso in Metal from ‘The Rock Drill’ by Jacob Epstein 1913-14

Merry-go-round by Mark Gertler 1

Merry-go-round by Mark Gertler 2

Spring in the Trenches by Paul Nash, 1918

Void by Paul Nash

We are making a new World by Paul Nash

Information about We are Making a new World by Paul Nash

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