Sunday, September 25, 2016

W A R . . . in art

An illustration of a 440 pound shell test at Chatham

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An illustration of An 1800s toy croisillon with soldiers
An 1800s toy croisillon (wooden extender)

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Frans Masereel L'arriere war
Frans Masereel    Click blue links for more of each artist
       
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An AE Marty fashion illustration of a parade to war
 An AE Marty fashion illustration    Click images twice for full size 
  
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Frans Masereel, L'eglise church blesses war
Frans Masereel
  
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A Louis Raemaekers editorial illustration of drowned war casualties
A Louis Raemaekers editorial illustration
  
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Mike Hinge (1970s comic book art?) feels juvenile and 
pretentious in this sequence, yet pretty and psychedelic. 
  
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A cartoon of MAD magazine's General Patton by Mort Drucker
MAD magazine's General Patton by Mort Drucker
  
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An illustration of shell bursts and civilians in Charleston 1864
 1864 civilians
  
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A Seymore Schwast illustration of war
A Seymore Schwast illustration
  
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Frans Masereel, war politicians ignoring pleading civilians
Frans Masereel
  
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An 1870 cartoon about war and civilization
 An 1870 cartoon
  
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A Dean Cornwell illustration, 'Spanish Tavern' 1922
 A Dean Cornwell illustration, 'Spanish Tavern' 1922
   
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A Mead Schaeffer illustration of a first nation warrior for the book 'Everybody's Washington' 1931
A Mead Schaeffer illustration for the book
'Everybody's Washington' 1931
  
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A photograph of 1917 Russian women in the Battalion of Death
 1917 Russian women in the Battalion of Death
  
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An illustration of a 1919 New Years Eve French soldier in top hat.
 1919 New Years Eve marked a return to civilian life for French soldiers.
  
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Frans Masereel La curiosite, a handicapped war veteran
Frans Masereel
  
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An illustration of a stylish 1956 nuclear shelter for the whole public
A 1956 nuclear shelter for the public
   
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A Randal Enos parody of a Jimmy Hatlo cartoon, for National Lampoon magazine in 1972.
A Randal Enos parody of a Jimmy Hatlo cartoon, for National Lampoon
magazine in 1972.  Hatlo himself was a good cartoonist and humorist, but
he wasn't this nasty.  Early 1970s hipster comedy could be very dark.
   
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A William Makepeace Thackeray humorous drawing and text
A William Makepeace Thackeray drawing and text

  
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