THE REGIMENT IN ART
A large part of this section, is artistic composition, done without the assistance of such programmes as "Photoshop", etc,
is fairly difficult & time robbing. So please ask before you steal & break the copyright rules.
No !...you are right !.....the Regiment doesn't belong to me !.....but these pictures do in their digital form.
They are free to re-use if the artist & source is stated........Especially the "Doodles" are a part of the legacy of the 20 years of dedication to this Regimental website of the 35th of Foot, The Royal Sussex Regiment, by a single person..........Thanks
The Battle of the Plains of Abraham (Quebec) 12th/13th Sept. 1759
Major General James Wolfe (1727 – 1759) - Officer Commanding British & Allied Force.
General Henry Fletcher - Officer Commanding the 35th Regiment of Foot.
The Death of James Wolfe (and Montcalm)
The French and Indian War or The Seven Year War 1754–1763
The Battle of Louisbourg
The American War of Independence (1775–1783)
The Siege of Malta and around 1800
The Battle of Waterloo 18th June 1815
"They kept us in reserve, ........"We didn't even have a real bash at it !"
Cyprus 1882 (Training for the Sudan Campaign)
The Nile Expedition 1885
The Battle of Abu Klea (Sudan) 17th Jan 1885
Home Service 1800`s
The 2nd South African War 1888-1900
World War One
The WW1 Art of Ralph Gordon Ellis
from Arundel, 7th Bn. Royal Sussex Regiment (later subaltern)
WW1 1914-18 Cartoon Humour ....from MOD War Artists,
Capt. Bruce Bairnsfather (Part One),.............also Pat Earnshaw & Fergus Mackain.
Captain Bruce Bairnsfather (Part Two)- War Artist & Cartoonist -
("A further unedited batch at Armistice")
WW1 works of the war artist, E. H. Shepard - Illustrator for "Punch" & "Winnie the Pooh"
The "Victory Hall" murals in Balcombe, Sussex. Painted by Maj. Neville Bulwer-Lytton
OC "C" Coy, 11th Bn.Royal Sussex Regiment.
World War Two
Tarhuna, Libya 1942
Tunisia 1943 & Casino 1944
Public Duties in London
Operation Banner 1971
Miscelaneous Drawings & Paintings
Regimental Cartoons & Caricatures (courtesy of John Russell & Roy Faulkner & Bill Kempton) - 1960`s/70`s
The Regimental "Doodles"
Digital Art from Les "the bat" Deacon from 1998 to 2020.
My digital method of :
Spreading a message.
Making a recommendation.
Remembering a Regimental "Day"
Showing the Flag
Generating a memory.
Citing regimental history.
"Just for entertainment"
or to make you laugh cry or sing !