"Over The Top" is a painting by British painter John Nash. He painted it 1918. It is a clear representation of the moment when soldiers going "over the top" during the trench warfare. The painting is of 1st Artists' Rifles in Marcoing. Nash shows the suffering of these times. The cold weather, the dead bodies in the trenches, and depressed movements and faces of the soldiers.
Nevinson was disappointed not to be offered a commission during the Second World War. He railed against Sir Kenneth Clark, chairman of the War Artists Advisory Committee, and against the Imperial War Museum. Nevinson ha Art.IWMARTLD14 - Christopher R. W. Nevinson - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia