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ArtDepicts a German trench with the remains of debris, shells and duckboards on the Somme. Dyson wrote that this scene was of 'the last bit of the German trench on the Somme, drawn immediately after the ...
ArtDepicts a soldier chopping firewood near a camp, with tents, washing on the line near the tent and snow in the background. 'Cosy Corner' was a traffic control point on the Somme, leading to access to...
ArtDepicts an armoured vehicle, a wrecked British Mark 1 tank, in a war damaged landscape, with its rear wheels being stripped for salvaged metal. Dyson noted that this work depicted 'One of the first ta...
ArtIn 1916 artist Will Dyson travelled to the Western Front to capture the experience of Australian soldiers first hand. Here he records a damaged BE2e aircraft which has landed at a casualty clearing st...
ArtDepicts a number of soldiers in uniform, wearing helmets, resting on the road side awaiting relief. The 'caterpillar' in the title refers to the name of a sunken road south of Ville. Dyson inspected V...
ArtDepicts two soldiers from the 4th Australian Division sitting near billets writing letters in the Somme during winter 1917. One is wearing a greatcoat and scarf. Will Dyson was the first Australian of...
ArtDepicts a soldier in uniform, wearing a great coat, standing at the entrance of a dugout, with a kerosene lamp hanging near the door, looking out onto a snowy winter landscape on the Somme in December...
ArtDepicts an abondoned trench on the Somme. The trench is in the foreground, with smashed trees on the edge and there are Nissan huts and tents in the background. The portion of the trench depicted is p...
ArtDepicts two linesmen up a telegraph pole, repairing or winding wires near La Houssoys, on the Somme in April 1918. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front during the...
ArtDepicts two unidentified soldiers walking through the mist in the war damaged landscape of No-Man's-Land, the Somme in France. The soldier in the rear has his rifle over his shoulder. Will Dyson was t...
ArtDepicts a deserted Somme landscape, with wide fields, a road in the foreground, and a small bush on the right. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front during the Fir...
ArtDepicts two unidentified soldiers of the 5th Division, 14th Brigade getting a hot meal. One is wearing a scarf around his head, the other a cape, and both are wearing gum boots. Will Dyson was the fir...
ArtDepicts a soldier, wearing a tin helmet, gathering and carrying firewood from the broken and war damaged remains of Delville Wood during the winter, December 1916. Will Dyson was the first Australian ...
ArtEnglish officer JJW Herbertson is shown interviewing a German soldier in the officer's living quarters at Montauban, north of the Somme. The German soldier is seated on a wooden crate, while the offic...
ArtDepicts two Australian soldiers resting and dozing against the wheel of a cart. On top of the cart is an empty wine barrel. The soldiers are seated on the edge of a trench in a war damaged landscape. ...
ArtDepicts the damaged remains and wreckage of sugarbeet processing and refining plant at Pozieres, on the Western Front in France. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the fr...
ArtDepicts an Australian soldier directing two Scottish soldiers in a snow covered landscape at the traffic control post near Pozieres, Western Front. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war art...
ArtDepicts the 2nd Division, 22nd Battalion, a group of soldiers, most standing, one sitting on rock near Ville-sur-Ancre. The company of soldiers, wearing helmets and carrying packs, await relief. Will ...
ArtDepicts a row of mule drawn wagons, riders and soldiers stopped in the snow at 'Cosy Corner' on the Somme, France. 'Cosy Corner' was a traffic police control point leading to access to Trones Wood. Wi...
Maker: Vincent, Day, Brooks and SonsDepicts a group of marching troops in the Somme district. Beside them, on the side of the road, are a group of women and children welcoming Australian troops as they returned to the Somme area to coun...