Day dress, by Worth, c.1900-1903. National Museum of Scotland.
Childe Hassam- the Church at Gloucester- local color- the artist used realistic colors to create this
F. H.Varley, future member of the Group of Seven. C 1916. Gas Chamber at Seaford This painting by F.H. Varley, a future member of the Group of Seven, depicts a training exercise in Seaford, England. Description from canadianbattlefields.ca. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Frederick Varley - the Amiens Offensive - 1918 Beginning in January 1918, Frederic Varley served in the First World War with C.W. Simpson, J.W. Beatty and Maurice Cullen. Varley came to the attention of Lord Beaverbrook, who arranged for him to be commissioned as an “official war artist.” He accompanied Canadian troops in the Hundred Days offensive from Amiens, France to Mons, Belgium. His paintings of combat are based on his experiences at the front. Although he had been enthusiastic to…