Oddy, Jason
July 2007
Art Review;Jul/Aug2007, Issue 13, p62
The article focuses on the art of war photographs of artist in the U.S. Artist Steve Mumford made four trips to Baghdad in the company of the U.S. Army's Third Infantry and First Armored Division between April 2003 and October 2004. He created an extensive series of watercolors and pen-and-ink sketches in the hope of capturing a side of the war. War photography started in the Crimea when Roger Fenton travelled to the peninsula to produce a document of the allied campaign.


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