Discussion in 'Artists & Illustrators' started by billyturnip, May 7, 2014.
Thanks Andrew, much more appropriate than the maidens of St. Trinian's.
I had to check through all the pages to make sure that it wasn't just me that had forgotten to include him in the list.
You can find many more paintings at:-
Saw this on another thread in "The Lounge" earlier in the week, and just thought of adding Eugene Burnand to the list of Artists/Illustraters based solely on his exquisite portraits of soldiers of the Great War.
Another artist who deserves to be added to the list is YANNIS MYLONAS. Yannis Mylonas is a uniforms researcher and illustrator.He has been working at the Military Museum of Greece as an arms and uniform restorer.He's the author of many Greek books about uniforms and co-author of other military history books, contributing with his illustrations. He's also been published in Italy and other countries.He's a military dress advisor for movie and tv productions.
How did I forget to include Mylonas?
Maybe you need to get more of his books Roger...
I have two, you're right, not nearly enough.
It appears we may have slipped up folks.
I can't find any mention of two of the more prolific military illustrators...they are not on the Page 13 listing anyway.
so I give you.
Ron and Gerry Embleton.
Just discovered the Russian artist Nikolai Dmitriev-Orenburgsky while reading up on the Siege of Plevna, thank you Borek.
General Mikhail Skobelev.
Loving that Roger.
I'm loving those kepi's the Russian infantry are wearing. I had no idea they wore those till today, I feel some research coming on.
Sending PM mate.
It could be a great piece in miniature
That is exactly what I thought!
Here is one I found on my travels
and probably just when many of us were thinking we probably have all the older ones now'
Frank Feller has been added to the list.
The Royal Engineers print was signed by someone other than Frank Feller.
A little bit of checking found the signature was that of Geoffrey Douglas Giles, and his name is now also on the list.
Lionel Louis Edwards
Stanley L Wood
Interesting artist combining historical soldiers with futuristic battle machines.
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