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Maker: Dyson, William HenryDyson depicts a captured German soldier being interrogated by JJW Herbertson, an English captain that was attached to General Birdwood's 1st ANZAC Corps Intelligence. This cartoon was created by Dyson...
ArtDepicts a cartoon of a donkey stuck in a water filled shell hole, while shell bursts and explosions can be seen on the horizon. This was one of three sketches Dyson gave to machine-gun officer J. C. D...
ArtDepicts a humorous caricature of soldier tramping through mud on the Western Front and dripping with rainwater. This was one of three sketches Dyson gave to machine-gun officer J. C. Dunningham as a t...
Maker: Dyson, William HenryDepicts a figure of a buxom middle aged woman, wearing high heels and carrying a book under her arm. She winks provocatively to someone behind her. This was one of three sketches Dyson gave to machine...
ArtDepicts two Australian soldiers outside their billet in France, one cutting the other's hair in a rough and awkward manner. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front d...
ArtDepicts a badly damaged building at Treaux or Ville-sur-Ancre in April 1918. Dyson titled this work 'Street at ....Trench Mortar Posee, Treux or Ville-sur-Ancre'. Will Dyson was the first Australian o...
ArtDepicts a damaged steamroller, leaning on its side, in a snow covered landscape. The steamroller was observed by Dyson near Fricourt. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit t...
ArtDepicts a landscape view of the region of Ville-sur-Ancre, with Dyson noting that the image shows 'the day after taking- from a hopping off point'. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war art...
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 seated in a trench, wearing a steel helmet, while explosions can be seen on the horizon. Dyson noted that this scene was of 'communication trench in the neighbourhood of Lagnicourt'....
ArtDepicts a war damaged landscape with a roadway winding through it. Dyson wrote that this scene depicted, 'Caterpillar Gully, Mametz Road, Somme, 1917'. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war...
ArtDepicts the war damaged landscape at Pozieres, France, in 1916, with the ruins of a building in the background. Dyson drew this work of the Pozieres battlefield towards Christmas of 1916, showing the ...
ArtDepicts a soldier seated next to a small boy, who is playing with a box. Dyson originally titled this work 'The Camp Mascot. Domesticity near Poperinghe'. Will Dyson was the first Australian official ...
ArtDepicts a soldier, carrying a large rucksack on his back, delivering food rations to a lonely, seated soldier. The soldier delivering food asks the seated soldier if he has 'seen any of our mob about...
ArtDepicts two soldiers, one wearing a tin helmet and rain cloak, the other with a bandaged head, encountering a scarecrow in a field. A wrecked and overturned canon appears in the background. The irony...
ArtDepicts two soldiers lying in a bomb crater, in a war damaged landscape, having a conversation. The full title Dyson gave to this painting was; 'Small Talk: "No Brig., I says/ send me back to the/ boy...
ArtDepicts a group of weary soldiers standing in a war damaged landscape, re-equipping themselves after a rest period, with the intention of heading again to the Front Line. Dyson's full title for this w...
ArtDepicts an officer seated at a table, his chin resting on his folded hands. Behind him is room full of wounded soldiers, some lying down, others seated and resting. Dyson noted that this work depicted...
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 the body of an unidentified soldier, lying supine on the ground in a war damaged landscape, while shell bursts can be seen in the background. In Dyson's large collection of war works, this is ...