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  • Nursing Home the Straggler

    Nursing Home the Straggler

    (art) Made by: Arnold, Norman G 1919

    Art.IWM ART 1930

    image: an aerial view of a squadron of British Bristol F2B fighter biplanes accompanying a damaged aircraft home. The planes fly above the clouds, and in the distance the sun has set on the horizon.

  • 'Plug Street' (Ploegsteert) Village : An Unusual Compliment To One Of Our Airmen: A 'Black Maria' To Himself

    'Plug Street' (Ploegsteert) Village : An Unusual Compliment To One Of Our Airmen: A 'Black Maria' To Himself

    (art) Made by: Handley-Read, Edward 1915

    Art.IWM ART 180

    image: a view across an open battlefield with what appears to be a Royal Flying Corps Maurice Farman biplane having just dropped a bomb. There is an explosion of earth and black smoke in the right foreground, the black smoke bomb described in military...

  • Swooping Down on a Taube
Britain's Efforts and Ideals'; Making Aircraft

    Swooping Down on a Taube Britain's Efforts and Ideals'; Making Aircraft

    (art) Made by: Nevinson, C R W (Undefined) 1917

    Art.IWM ART 696

    image: a British Royal Flying Corps biplane swoops down towards a German Taube aircraft. The British fighter is surrounded by an area of sunlight, diagonal beams of light creating a spectacular effect on the broken cloud in the sky.

  • Crashed Aeroplane

    Crashed Aeroplane

    (art) Made by: Sargent, John Singer 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1610

    Image: a view over fields with a crashed aircraft in the background. In the foreground two labourers gather the crop into bundles. The woman ties the sheaf, while the man works with a long handled scythe. They are both bent over their work, unheeding the...

  • The Air Raid on el Arish, 18th June 1916. The Rescue of Captain Ryneveldt, RFC, by Captain S. Grant Dalton and Observer Paris.

    The Air Raid on el Arish, 18th June 1916. The Rescue of Captain Ryneveldt, RFC, by Captain S. Grant Dalton and Observer Paris.

    (art) Made by: Mason, Frank 1918-06-18

    Art.IWM ART 2833

    image: a view of a beach with water to the right of the composition and hills in the background. A biplane is attempting to take off from a stretch of beach, the propellors sending sand whirling around. Further up the beach there is thick grey smoke...

  • Aerodrome with Camouflaged Hangars

    Aerodrome with Camouflaged Hangars

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1918

    Art.IWM ART 4553

    image: A view of the aerodrome on the Asagio plateau with the Italian Alps in the distance. A temporary hangar with a camouflaged roof stands in the centre left of the composition. Green fields lie in the foreground and there is a suggestion of buildings...

  • Le Sars. F.E. Crashed

    Le Sars. F.E. Crashed

    (art) Made by: Orpen, William 1917

    Art.IWM ART 2371

    image: a crashed FE2 biplane of the Royal Flying Corps in an undulating landscape near Le Sars in northern France. The thin frame towards the rear is still intact, but the small cockpit is slumped forward in the ground, the wing completely broken.

  • Kut-el-Amara, 1919

    Kut-el-Amara, 1919

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4632

    image: a view across a bomb damaged quarter of the city of Kut in Mesopotamia, seen from the roof of a house. Date palms grow between the houses, and the horizon is flat with only desert beyond the city boundary.

  • Aircraft and Aerial Views, July 1919

    Aircraft and Aerial Views, July 1919

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4641

    image: sketches of aerial views of a river, possibly the Euphrates, and five biplanes in flight. The drawing is annotated with colour notes.

  • Near Aceldama

    Near Aceldama

    (art) Made by: McBey, James 1917-09-26

    Art.IWM ART 1679

    image: an Indian Army infantryman stands guard in the desert near to an old ruined stone buildling. A biplane is in flight above and another biplane is on the ground further back to the left. The sky is a range of colours, as the sun is close to setting.

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