FURTHER READING

If you enjoyed this exhibition and would like to learn more about the subject, here is some suggested further reading and material:

A Crisis of Brilliance: Five Young British Artists and the Great War David Boyd Haycock

Apocalypse: Artists and the First World War Oliver Kase, Pinakothek der Moderne

Les missions d’artistes aux armées en 1917 François Robichon, Musée de l’Armée

Modern Art, Britain and the Great War Sue Malvern, Yale University Press

Postcards from the Trenches: German Artists and the Great War Irene Guenther, University of Houston

The Diagnosis of Art: Ernst Ludwig Kirchner's Nervous Breakdown Jeffrey K Aronson and Manoj Ramachandran, Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

The First World War: Disease, The Only Victor Professor Francis Cox DS

The International Encyclopedia of the First World War

CREDITS

Concept & Research: Ad Pollé and Douglas McCarthy

Exhibition Text:          Douglas McCarthy

Exhibition Producer: Małgorzata Szynkielewska

After the Bombardment, 21 January 1917, Alphonse Robine, Europeana 1914-1918 / Madame Nicole Robine, CC BY-SA
Artillery, 1911, Roger de la Fresnaye, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Public Domain Mark
Target drawings for an artillery position, 1914-1918, Unknown artist , Europeana 1914-1918 / Irina Renz, CC BY-SA
Shelling at Night on the Western Front, 1915-1917, Alphonse Robine, Europeana 1914-1918 / Madame Nicole Robine, CC BY-SA
Verdun, 1916-1917, Alphonse Robine, Europeana 1914-1918 / Madame Nicole Robine, CC BY-SA
Bursting Shell, 1917, C.R.W. Nevinson, Tate, CC BY-NC-ND
A Battery Shelled, 1919, Percy Wyndham Lewis, Imperial War Museums, CC BY-NC-ND
La Tranchée (detail), 1915, Félix Valotton, Bibliothèque nationale de France, No Copyright - Other Known Legal Restrictions
A soldier in the middle of ruins, 1916, Henri Morisset, Europeana 1914-1918 / Anne-Marie Winsback, CC BY-SA
Arras, 1918, Edwin Martin, Imperial War Museums, CC BY-NC-ND
Oppy Wood, 1917: Evening, 1918, John Nash, Imperial War Museums, CC BY-NC-ND
Church of Souain-Perthes-lès-Hurlus, Marne, France, 1915-1917, Alphonse Robine, Europeana 1914-1918 / Madame Nicole Robine, CC BY-SA
Serbian soldiers in a Rotterdam hospital, 1919, H.A. van Oudgaarden, Europeana 1914-1918 / Piet van Bentum, CC BY-SA
Gassed, 1919, John Singer Sargent, Imperial War Museums, CC BY-NC-ND
Selbstbildnis als Kranker, 1918, Ernst Ludwig Kirchner, Pinakothek der Moderne München, CC BY-SA
Wounded Belgian soldier being carried, 1914-1918, E. Steyaert, Europeana 1914-1918, CC BY-SA
Confinement in a barn at Ramskapelle, 1917, Joseph De Necker, Europeana 1914-1918 / Guy Goedseels, CC BY-SA
Trench scene on the Western Front, 1915-1917, Alphonse Robine, Europeana 1914-1918 / Madame Nicole Robine, CC BY-SA
Sentry at St. Souplet, c. 1916, Alfred Schönberner, Europeana 1914-1918 / Dagmar Langwald, CC BY-SA
Sleeping soldiers on the Western Front, 1915-1917, Alphonse Robine, Europeana 1914-1918 / Madame Nicole Robine, CC BY-SA
Belgian infantrymen in the trenches, 1914-1918, E. Steyaert, Europeana 1914-1918, CC BY-SA
Cantine Franco-Britannique, Vitry-le-François, 1919, Isabel Codrington, Imperial War Museums, CC BY-NC-ND
Soldat dans la tranché (detail), 1914-1918, Marcel Roux, Bibliothèque municipale de Lyon, Public Domain Mark
Der Gestürzte (The Fallen), 1915-16 [posthumous cast], Wilhelm Lehmbruck, Pinakothek der Moderne München, CC BY-SA
Five McGrath Brothers, c. 1919, Unknown, Europeana 1914-1918 / Dermot Mc Grath, CC BY-SA