Military art

Military art, military paintings, artists

The Anne S. K. Brown Military Collection
The foremost American collection of material devoted to the history and iconography of soldiers and soldiering, and is one of the world’s largest collections devoted to the study of military and naval uniforms.

Art of the First World War

Battle paintings. Wikimedia Commons

Brooks Aviation Art

Imperial War Museums, UK
This collection is one of the most important representations of twentieth century British art in the world. It includes many great works of art from the British government war art schemes of the First and Second World Wars, which employed the greatest artists of their day, including leaders of the avant-garde. These included Paul Nash, C R W Nevinson, John Singer Sargent and Sir William Orpen.

Napoleonic wars in history paintings. Wikimedia Commons

Military paintings. The Military Art Gallery.
WW I and II, Napoleonic.

Military art, military art prints, antique military prints and paintings.

War art in The National Archives (UnitedKingdom)

Wikipedia entry on Military art.


François Gérard. François Pascal Simon, Baron Gérard

Alphonse Marie-Adolphe de Neuville. Wikimedia

Édouard Detaille. Wikipedia

Elizabeth Southerden Thompson, Lady Butler. Wikipedia

Elizabeth Southerden Thompson Butler. BBC Your Paintings

Lady Butler. Military

Paul Nash. Wikipedia

Paintings by Paul Nash at BBC Your Paintings

Paul Nash. Imperial War Museum

Orlando Norie. Wikipedia

Horace Vernet. Wikipedia
Over 200 original water-colors by Orlando Norie.

We Are Making a New World (1918), collection of the Imperial War Museum, London
We Are Making a New World (1918), collection of the Imperial War Museum, London. Paul Nash
Napoleon at the battle of Austerlitz, François Gérard
Napoleon at the battle of Austerlitz, François Gérard, 1810