Posts Tagged ‘Art and War’
Relive the exhibition of Alexander Gardner’s photographs taken on Antietam battlefield in September 1862 at the Missing Soldiers Office in 2018.
A favorite with soldiers, North and South …
This week’s Art and War blog post features Langston Hughes, who was born 114 years ago today.
Grief carved in stone. Kӓthe Kollwitz captured this in her artwork.
The second installment of our Art and War series takes us far from Clara Barton’s DC residence to discuss familiar themes of death far from home and the lack of closure therein.
Introducing a new series, presenting art that grapples with themes of war.