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  • Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening. (No 3910)

    Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening. (No 3910)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 3914

    image: a squared up sketch of four British soldiers manning a trench mortar position in a wood. The four men form a human chain from right to the left, the man on the right taking mortars from a stack under the parapet and passing them along, with the...

  • Studies for Oppy Wood, 1917. (NO 2243)

    Studies for Oppy Wood, 1917. (NO 2243)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John 1917

    Art.IWM ART 3904

    image: a sketch view along a British trench in Oppy Wood, with two infantrymen standing in the immediate foreground, one just visible in the centre and another two to the left. There are duckboards on the floor of the trench and the surrounding trees...

  • Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening (IWM ART 3910)

    Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening (IWM ART 3910)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 3912

    image: four British soldiers and an officer man a trench mortar position in a wood. Two of the men prepare the mortars, which lie in two lines on the floor of the post, as well as stacked in a position under the parapet to the left. One man stands and...

  • Study for Oppy Wood, 1917. (IWM:ART 2243)

    Study for Oppy Wood, 1917. (IWM:ART 2243)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John 1918

    Art.IWM ART 3906

    image: the lower half of the composition has a view inside a trench with duckboard paths leading to a dug-out. Two infantrymen stand to the left on a firestep looking over the parapet into No Man's Land. There is a wood of shattered trees littered...

  • Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening. (No 3910)

    Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening. (No 3910)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 3915

    image: a study of three British soldiers manning a trench mortar position in a trench near a wood. Two men stand either side of the weapon, the man to the right loading it with mortars and the man to the left holding the barrel and looking out over No...

  • Studies for Oppy Wood, 1917. (NO 2243)

    Studies for Oppy Wood, 1917. (NO 2243)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John 1917

    Art.IWM ART 3903

    image: a view along a British trench running through Oppy Wood. Four British soldiers are visible in the trench, one of whom is only apparent from his feet, which stick out of a hole dug into the side of the trench. The trench has duckboards at the...

  • Study for 'Stand To' before Dawn. (No 1160)

    Study for 'Stand To' before Dawn. (No 1160)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 3920

    image: a squared up study of five British infantrymen at 'Stand To' in a front line trench at dawn. Four of the men stand on the firestep, carefully looking over the parapet towards No Man's Land. One of the men, in the centre, stands...

  • Studies for a French Highway. (No 1162)

    Studies for a French Highway. (No 1162)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 3917

    image: British infantrymen march across the foreground, walking in rows of three, every man wearing full kit. Behind them are two mounted French officers, in distinctive helmets and long cloaks. They march along a road lined with bare, branchless trees....

  • A Lewis Gun: Anti-aircraft Pit

    A Lewis Gun: Anti-aircraft Pit

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 2703

    image: a British soldier stands next to a mounted Lewis gun in an anti-aircraft pit dug into the ground, looking up at a biplane in the sky with a pair of binoculars. Immediately to the right of him is the entrance to a dug-out with a corrugated iron...

  • Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening. (No 3910)

    Study for a Trench Mortar Firing at Evening. (No 3910)

    (art) Made by: Nash, John

    Art.IWM ART 3913

    image: a trench mortar position in a wood manned by four British soldiers. Two men ready the mortars, with one setting the fuses and another kneeling beside stacks of mortars ready to pass them on. The other two men stand either side of the weapon, one...

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