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  • '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...

  • 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...

  • 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.

  • Two British Planes Attacking the Turkish Army Corps, Wadi Baroda, February 1919

    Two British Planes Attacking the Turkish Army Corps, Wadi Baroda, February 1919

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4595

    image: a sketch of two RAF biplanes flying over the deep gorge of the Wadi Baroda with a derailed train below.

  • Wrecked Turkish Aeroplane, Jenin, 25 February 1919

    Wrecked Turkish Aeroplane, Jenin, 25 February 1919

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4593

    image: the wreck of a Turkish biplane crashed on the edge of the former Turkish aerodrome at Jenin, near Nablus, Palestine. A small building is visible in the background.

  • Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4607

    image: a rough sketch of two burnt-out aircraft with their noses buried in the ground at the destroyed Rayak aerodrome. Hills are visible in the background.

  • Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4605

    image: a view of the burnt-out carcasses of four aircraft lying on a plain at Rayak aerodrome with red hills in the distance. In the foreground lies the bones of a dead animal, possibly a horse or mule.

  • Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4609

    image: a rough sketch of burnt-out aircraft with their noses buried in the ground at the destroyed Rayak aerodrome. Hills line the horizon and a pole juts from the ground to the left.

  • The Landscape, Hill 60

    The Landscape, Hill 60

    (art) Made by: Nash, Paul 1918

    Art.IWM ART 1155

    Image: a battle scarred landscape with a small lake surrounded by hills. The water has been disturbed by multiple hits and smoke rises from explosions. A few biplanes are engaged in a dogfight in the sky above.

  • Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    Study for 'A Destroyed Turkish Aerodrome at Rayak, Lebanon, Syria' (IWM ART 3139)

    (art) Made by: Carline, Sydney William 1919

    Art.IWM ART 4604

    image: two burnt-out aircraft with the hangars of Rayak aerodrome in the distance. There is a wind-sock flying in the right of the composition and hill peaks dominate the horizon.

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