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Post your war-time Artwork...!

Article about: by stuka f Not realy war-time, but those are paintings. One is not a great artist but I love the theme; the little boy sticking out his toung to the German invader.... Where are the kid's ma

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    My Dad was a picture framer and I grew up surrounded by art and I have a great appreciation for it.
    And I like war time pieces of Art because its the painters way of viewing war.
    Does anyone have any artwork of war scenes 1813-1945?
    I thought there lacked a thread for period time artwork
    Post 'em please...!

    cheers,
    Pat

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    Here is one I am in the process of getting, Hopefully all goes well...
    Note the church bell and the bomb blast. and look how the soldiers are on the ground and the commander with the sword needs help standing up...

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    cheers,
    Pat

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    Thats a very dramatic picture Pat

    This is a great idea for a thread mate !

    Nick
    "In all my years as a soldier, I have never seen men fight so hard." - SS Obergruppenfuhrer Wilhelm Bittrich - Arnhem

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    I have got quiet a few of them at the ware house, I 'll try to make pictures asap.
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    Always looking for Belgian Congo stuff!
    cheers
    |<ris

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    I forgot to say the painting is from 1866.

    cheers,
    Pat

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    Really nice thread and buying prospect, Pat

    I prefer original unique artwork (as in drawn/painted directly), but prints are also interesting! I don't own an original artwork with a fighting scene in it, but I have at least a drawing/painting in my collection showing the medieval equivalent of a bunker of long lost days certainly made for warfare It is dated 1854 by the German artist:

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    Forgive me, Pat, just wanted to share it Although a bit off topic - I think it is absolutely worthy of sharing.

    - Kenneth

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    Thats very nice Kenneth....! I think it deserves a place here . any piece from 1813-1945 should be on this thread. Portrait paintings are nice too. even though the ones I see for sale are very crude....!

    cheers,
    Pat

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    Quote by HistoryIsMe View Post
    I forgot to say the painting is from 1866.

    cheers,
    Pat
    But is it not just a period print of the original painting, Pat? Forgive me if my eyes have deceived me.

    - Kenneth

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    No it is "Multi-colored pressure "Prince Anton von Hohenzollern mortally wounded in the battle for Rosberitz 3/7/1866", showing the fight scene, old framed behind glass, size 34 x 24 cm, decorative"

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    cheers,
    Pat

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    Quote by HistoryIsMe View Post
    No it is "Multi-colored pressure "Prince Anton von Hohenzollern mortally wounded in the battle for Rosberitz 3/7/1866", showing the fight scene, old framed behind glass, size 34 x 24 cm, decorative"


    cheers,
    Pat
    But Pat, a pressing is a print! Don't get me wrong here, this a true artist's print which I would love to have in my collection, but many like it have also been printed, so it is not unique and is probably pressed/printed in a series. It is in no way a painting in the correct sense.

    - Kenneth

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