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European sculpture art, 19th century, wood engravings, published in 1897 Featured Belgian Horse Print

European sculpture art, 19th century, wood engravings, published in 1897

European sculpture art in the 19th century: 1) Daydream, sculpture (1853) by Patrick MacDowell (British sulptor, 1799 - 1870), Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek, Copenhagen; 2) Argos the dog and Odysseus, sculpture (1855) by Lawrence Macdonald (Scottish sculptor, 1799 - 1878); 3) Equestrian statue (1851) of Frederick the Great by Christian Daniel Rauch (German sculptor, 1777 - 1857), Unter den Linden, Berlin; 4) Sarcophagus (1812) of Queen Louisa of Prussia by Christian Daniel Rauch, Charlottenburg Palace, Berlin; 5) Victoria, sculpture (1837/38) by Christian Daniel Rauch, Walhalla Memorial. Regensburg ; 6) Athena Protects the Young Hero, sculpture (1854) by Gustav Blaeser (German sculptor, 1813 - 1874), SchlossbrAOEcke Berlin; 7) Tomb of the Duchess of Leicester to Longford, sculpture by John Gibson (Welsh sculptor, 1790 - 1866); 8) Raphael, sculpture, by Ernst HA?hnel (1811 - 1891), Dresden; 9) St Georg, sculpture by Anton Dominik Fernkorn (German-Austraian sculptor, 1813 - 1878), Vienna; 10) Venus and cupid, figurine (1851) by Charles Auguste Fraikin (Belgian sculptor, 1817 - 1893); 11) Horse tamer, sculpture (1844/47) by Ludwig von Hofer (German sculptor, 1801 - 1887), Stuttgart; 12) Horse tamer, sculpture (1842), by Peter (Jakob) Clodt von JAOErgensburg (German-Baltic sculptor, 1805 - 1867), Kleistpark, Berlin. Wood engravings, published in 1897

German camp in Belgium Featured Belgian Horse Print

German camp in Belgium

A large German military camp near Li駥 in Belgium, following the struggle for the town of Vis頤uring the German advance. To the centre left may be seen some Belgian prisoners with behind them and beyond the trees the mass of German carriages and horses. In the foreground are a few curious Belgian spectators.
August 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Transport methods used by soldiers, WW1 Featured Belgian Horse Print

Transport methods used by soldiers, WW1

Methods used by soldiers for transporting their equipment during the First World War. Showing a French cyclist scout aiming his rifle with his cycle on his back, three British military cyclists pulling a light gun along a road, British soldiers with a horse to carry their trenching tools, a Swiss soldier with a quick firer carried on his back, British soldiers pulling a cart along a road at Ostend, and Belgian soldiers on the march with a pair of dogs pulling a light gun. Date: September 1914

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans