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ArtDepicts the figure of a battalion cook, his pipe in his mouth, leaning in the doorway of a kitchen. Dyson had a "fascination with eccentric A.I.F. cooks" and greatly admired the AIF support units who ...
ArtDepicts a cart with rations and supplies on it being pulled by two horses. One soldier is seated on the horse, while one sits on the cart. They are moving through a war damaged landscape. Will Dyson w...
ArtDepicts a badly damaged sugar refinery, with the remains of buildings in the background and scaffolding and barbed wire in the foreground at Le Transloy, France, April 1917. Will Dyson was the first A...
ArtDepicts three soldiers, two sitting and one standing, around a small brazier preparing breakfast, near Ypres in France. Will Dyson was the first Australian official war artist to visit the front durin...
ArtDepicts a number of Soldiers in uniform seated and waiting for their food at the Company Headquarters. One soldier is smoking a pipe and another is holding a lit candle. When reproduced in 'Australia ...
ArtDepicts two soldiers wearing tin helmets, carrying a covered pot of stew across a war damaged landscape during the First World War. The drawing was reproduced in the publication 'Australia at War: Dra...