Stretcher Bearers of the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) Lifting a Wounded Man out of a Trench, by Gilbert Rogers, 1919.
Produced early in the war, this “Oilette” card by Raphael Tuck & Sons was No. 8821 and was one of a set of six titled ‘Royal Army Medical Corps’.
Septimus Edwin Scott (1879–1962) Medical Officer Attending the Wounded,1918
The Queen`s Hospital for Facial Injuries, Frognal, Sidcup The Operating Theatre, 1918 by John Hodgson Lobley
Gassed is a very large oil painting 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. The paining is held by the Imperial War Museum.
WWI: drawing of Royal Army Medical Corps, by F. Matania
Credit: Wellcome Library, London.
Regimental Stretcher Bearer overwhelmed by casualties needing
No 3 Canadian Stationary Hospital at Doullens, France by C.E. Moira. The painting is held by the Canadian War Museum
John Hodgson Lobley’s
(1878 – 1954) work offers
a record of facial
performed at Queen Mary’s
Hospital, Sidcup, UK during
Stretcher Bearers in a Trench
Painted by Richard Mathews
in 1918 . Mathews was
commissioned as an officer
in the Canadian Expeditionary
Force and attached to the
of War Art Canadian War
RCAMC medics treat casualty following airmobile landing in NWE
Artist Ken Dewer 2003
Artist Janet Crombie 1992
“In The Field”
Artist Janet Crombie 1997
“Sinking the SS Caribou”. Artist Shane Goudreau. CFHS gift on the commissioning of HMCS Margaret Brooke.