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C. R. W. Nevinson, French Troops Resting (Französische Truppen bei der Rast), 1916, Öl auf Leinwand, 71 x 91,5 cm, Imperial War Museum, London.  © Imperial War Museum.  © Anne Patterson.

C. R. W. Nevinson, French Troops Resting (Französische Truppen bei der Rast), 1916, Öl auf Leinwand, 71 x 91,5 cm, Imperial War Museum, London. © Imperial War Museum. © Anne Patterson.

In the Trenches, 1917 (oil on canvas), C. R. W. Nevinson, (1889-1946) / Photo © Christie's Images

In the Trenches, 1917 (oil on canvas), C. R. W. Nevinson, (1889-1946) / Photo © Christie's Images

Otto Dix, Der Krieg, 1914 ©VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

Otto Dix, Der Krieg, 1914 ©VG Bild-Kunst, Bonn 2011

The Somme - 1916  One of the largest battles of World War I

The Somme - 1916 One of the largest battles of World War I

Otto Dix, Abensonne (Ypern) [Evening Sun (Ypres)], 1918

Otto Dix, Abensonne (Ypern) [Evening Sun (Ypres)], 1918

We’ve already featured the incredible macro photography of Suren Manvelyan before, showcasing his series on human eyes. This time we check out Suren’s masterful collection of animal eye close-ups.

We’ve already featured the incredible macro photography of Suren Manvelyan before, showcasing his series on human eyes. This time we check out Suren’s masterful collection of animal eye close-ups.

Otto Dix, The Declaration of War, 1914

Otto Dix, The Declaration of War, 1914

"Wounded, Passchendaele" by Paul Nash (oil on canvas)

"Wounded, Passchendaele" by Paul Nash (oil on canvas)

Young Hemingway in hospital during WWI

Young Hemingway in hospital during WWI

"Over The Top" is a painting by British painter John Nash. He painted it 1918. It is a clear representation of the moment when soldiers going "over the top" during the trench warfare. The painting is of 1st Artists' Rifles in Marcoing. Nash shows the suffering of these times. The cold weather, the dead bodies in the trenches, and depressed movements and faces of the soldiers.

"Over The Top" is a painting by British painter John Nash. He painted it 1918. It is a clear representation of the moment when soldiers going "over the top" during the trench warfare. The painting is of 1st Artists' Rifles in Marcoing. Nash shows the suffering of these times. The cold weather, the dead bodies in the trenches, and depressed movements and faces of the soldiers.

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