This is the "Miscellaneous Images" page for the "Clausewitz Graphics" section of Clausewitz.com. These are less important or less widely used, but sometimes interesting or useful pictures to employ in reference to Clausewitz. They are listed in pretty random order below. Other pages in the Graphics section include:
Clausewitz and Sun Tzu
Above: Clausewitz Meets Mandelbrot. This image is adapted from the cover design for Tom Czerwinski, Coping with the Bounds: Speculations on Nonlinearity in Military Affairs (Washington, DC: National Defense University, 1998).
Below: From Zenpundit and The ChicagoBoyz
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The image below is a detail from a 1999 painting attempting to copy the then-thought-lost W. Wach painting of Clausewitz. It is slickly done, which probably explains its apparent appeal to magazine art departments, but the face really does not look like that of the actual Wach portrait or other authentic paintings, etc. We regard it as non-canonical. We took this file from http://www.cominganarchy.com/archives/2005/11/16/god-of-war/, but that page has disappeared.
Yet another version of the c.1813 portrait in Russian uniform.
A child's drawing.
By Anselm Kiefer, c.1982/87. Woodcuts and acrylic on cut and pasted papers
125 3/8 x 151 3/4 in. (317.8 x 385.4 cm)
This painting shows Clausewitz in a Russian general's uniform (though Clausewitz was never a Russian general). It is (very poorly) based on the 1830 Wach portrait. This is a modern painting commissioned by the Russian Army and presented to the academy of the Bundeswehr on May 18, 2004.
Above: 3 French versions.
A Spanish version, drawn by Edgar Lugos' father in 1982.
An Italian version (from the cover of the 1970 Italian translation.)
From an edition of Vom Kriege
A Chinese version.
A Russian version.