Canadian Military History Gateway
Subject > Politics and Society > War Art, Literature and Music
Organization > Canadian War Museum
A bibliography of works written between 1920 and 1997 pertaining to the Salvation Army's work with the Canadian military.
Canadian War Museum
An electronic reproduction of the watercolour on paper artwork, "Leading WREN," created by Margaret Kathleen MacLeod.
Provides a brief biographical overview of the life of Orville Fisher. Mr. Fisher's paintings of the Second World War constitute one of the most complete records of Canada's day-to-day role in that conflict. Perhaps his chief claim to fame is that he was the only Allied war artist to land in Normandy on D-Day, 6 June 1944.
Commander Anthony Law had a long and distinguished career as a naval officer and also worked as a professional artist. Includes a brief biography of this Canadian war artist and some of his works.
An electronic reproduction of the watercolour on paper artwork, "Off to St. John," created by Margaret Kathleen MacLeod in 1944.
This is a slide presentation of 25 images showing Salvation Army's work during the First and Second World Wars as well as in the postwar period.
An electronic reproduction of the oil on canvas artwork, "Screened Road 'A' (unfinished)," created by A.Y. Jackson in 1918.
An electronic reproduction of the watercolour on paper artwork, "Derelict Sherman Tank Beside the Berardi Road," created by Charles Fraser Comfort.
An electronic reproduction of the oil on canvas artwork, "Houses in the Place Hotel de Ville, Arras," created by Gyrth Russell in 1918.
An electronic reproduction of the oil on canvas painting "Men Going to Action Stations," created by Jack Nichols in 1946.