Since his death in 1962, the work of Georges Bruyer had been somewhat forgotten. He was however a well-known and recognized artist during his lifetime. It is to revive his incredible work that the Museum of the Great War in Meaux has decided to organize the exhibition Goerges Bruyer, Engraving the War. The event honours the man who created some amazing works during the First World War, largely on the front line, but also when he was convalescing following an injury. More than 400 drawings, watercolours, woodcuts and copper engravings are on display. Descriptions of daily life and representations of landscapes devastated by war. We also note that the theme of night is recurrent. A great time in Meaux to dive back into the heart of one of the great events of history and good news, the exhibition has been extended. More information on the website of the Museum of the Great War