War over Everything
Paintings all about War and Chaos.
The battle was won by the combined forces of the Holy Roman Empire and the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth, the latter being only represented by the forces of the Crown of the Kingdom of Poland.
Gassed completed in March 1919 by John Singer Sargent. It depicts the aftermath of a mustard gas attack during the First World War, with a line of wounded soldiers walking towards a dressing station.
A cavalry battle scene in a mountainous landscape, by Salvator Rosa
The painting depicts a dispute that took place shortly after the death of St. Jerome (around 419) between the heretic Sabinianus and the bishop Sylvanus of Nazareth.
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North Carolina Museum of Art
Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki
Imperial War Museums
La Venaria Reale
The Wilanów Palace Museum
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