Imperial War Museum Collection, London
The Imperial War Museum holds one of the most important collections of First World War art in the world. Visit the IWM website to see examples and descriptions of some of the most famous works in the collection. The link also offers downloadable resources for a Powerpoint presentation and suggested activities.
Website: www.iwm.org British Art of the First World War
First World War Art: Spartacus Educational
Artists, cartoonist and illustrators listed with biographical detail, illustrations and primary sources.
Website: spartacus-educational.com First World War Art
War Artists: Tate Collection, London
The Tate offers an online exhibition of works by war artists, including First World War war artists. There is an introduction, a focus on C W N Nevinson and Paul Nash, responses to war and an indepth article related to war art.
Website: www.tate.org.uk War Artists
Why Paint War? Article by Paul Gough
Paul Gough is Professor of Fine Arts at University of the West of England, Bristol.
Website: www.bl.uk Why Paint War