The Art of War: John Doyle’s “Sharpshooters 76”

Exhibition Dates: Feb. 1 to May 12, 2017

by Grace Martin ’18

John Lawrence Doyle (1939-2010) was a Chicago-born artist with a fascination in the human condition. He studied ethnology and anthropology, and his accuracy in details is evident in all of his art.

Directly after the end of the tragic Vietnam war and in anticipation of the U.S.

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The Great War: Illustrations by Jean-Louis Forain

Exhibition Dates: Feb. 1st to May 12th, 2017

Exhibition Dates: Feb. 1st to May 12th, 2017

by Sophia Raak ’20

On June 28th, 1914, Austrian Archduke Franz Ferdinand and his wife, Sophie, were assassinated by a Serbian extremist, throwing Europe into chaos that devolved to war a month afterward. Within a week of the first declaration of war between Serbia and the Austro-Hungarian Empire on July 28th, all of Europe’s strongest powers had joined, launching the continent into mass-scale war and beginning World War I.

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