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Watercolor painting shows the emotional impact of losing fellow Marines on the battlefield.  Original painting by CWO2 Mike Fay, USMCR. The painting is one of thousands of works in the Art Collection at the National Museum of the Marine Corps. #Marines #combat #NMMC #USMC #GWOT

Watercolor painting shows the emotional impact of losing fellow Marines on the battlefield. Original painting by Mike Fay, USMCR. The painting is one of thousands of works in the Art Collection at the National Museum of the Marine Corps.

Cecile Schwarzschild (1915-1998), 1999 - Hilda Goldwag

Art UK is the online home for every public collection in the UK. Featuring over oil paintings by some artists.

Artist Replaces Guns With Flowers In Vintage Photos Of Soldiers At Wartime

Artist Replaces Guns With Flowers In Vintage Photos Of Soldiers At Wartime

Artist Replaces Guns With Flowers In Vintage Photos Of Soldiers At Wartime -

Museums to Visit: National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, IL    This is a museum I'm adding to my bucket list

Museums to Visit: National Veterans Art Museum, Chicago, IL This is a museum Im adding to my bucket list

Артём Белостоцкий

Work waiting for wind.

Goya

Francisco Goya, The Disasters of War No. Estragos de la guerra (Ravages of War),

The Color of Grief fine art print 8x10 by dragonflypoppy on Etsy, $15.00

The Color of Grief fine art print 8x10 by dragonflypoppy on Etsy, $15.00

"Self Portrait of the Artist’s Brain". After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS), UCSF post-doc Elizabeth Jameson began creating paintings based off of MRIs and other digital scans of her brain.

Elizabeth Jameson found her art when her own brain lost one of its most basic functions. After being diagnosed with MS, Jameson took the medical images of her own brain and began to create the stun…

paula rego

Paula Rego The Interrogator’s Garden, Pastel on paper mounted on aluminium, 120 x 110 cm.

robert rauschenberg

Bellini by Robert Rauschenberg at Leslie Sacks Contemporary (IFPDA) - Printed Editions - Printed Editions

Honoré Daumier (French, 1808–1879).  Council of War, 1872. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York. Purchase, Jacob H. Schiff Bequest, 1922 (22.63.7) | Daumier scrutinized French politics with such grim, inextinguishable hope that his cartoons symbolize any crisis anywhere. His vision of a timeless nightmare, skeletons on the march toward the offices of the war council, shocked the censors into prohibiting the publication of this print. #skeletons

The Witnesses - The War Council

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