Sunday, 11 November 2012

Fractured


These two images come via a post at the Weimar Art blog, Art of the First World War. Above, Edward Wadsworth, Dazzle-ships in Drydock at Liverpool, 1919. Below, Paul Nash, The Menin Road, 1919.

From BBC radio archives, Warpaint: Artists and Camouflage, a documentary produced by John Goudie and written and presented by Patrick Wright, Radio 4, 2002.

From BBC television archives, Elgar, Portrait of a Composer by Ken Russell, as a YouTube playlist and also available on DVD.

1 comment:

jams o donnell said...

Nash's war paintings are powerful.John Singer Sargent's Gassed is one of the most powerful of all