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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 Australian soldiers walking along a road or seated on the edge of the road, near an encampment, with tents and trucks. The encampment is the main dressing station near Bapaume, France in 1917....
ArtDepicts several soldiers, either kneeling or standing, around a runner who is having a wound bandaged. The soldiers and the wounded man are inside a tunnel at Hill 60, near Ypres in August 1917. Will ...
ArtDepicts several tents at the 3rd Field Ambulance Hospital, at night. Inside the tent in the foreground can be seen gas attack patients lying on portable beds. Will Dyson was the first Australian offic...
ArtDepicts two French civilians, an elderly man and a young boy. The elderly man wears sabot (clogs) and his eyes are bandaged following a gas attack. He is seated on a bundle, with the young boy standin...
ArtDepicts a wounded German soldier, captured near Ypres, being led by Australian soldiers across a war damaged landscape. Rows of other soldiers can be seen in the background of the scene. Will Dyson wa...
ArtDepicts two soldiers seen from behind, the one on the right has his head bandaged beneath his helmet, while the soldier on the left has his uniform tunic over his shoulders, and his right arm over the...
ArtDepicts three standing, wounded soldiers outside a regimental aid post in Zonnebeke, Belgium. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front during the First World War, tra...
ArtDepicts a thousand small German soldiers marching in the foreground, while above them rises the giant figure of a German officer. He shovels the soldiers into the barrel of gun, which is already gorge...
Maker: Crozier, FrankDepicts a camel with a cacolet on his back which is used for carrying sick or wounded men, being led by an Arab on foot. Henry Gullett stated 'It would be scarcely possible to devise a more acute tort...