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Hailed as “monumental” by the New York Times, John Singer Sargent’s incredible masterpiece Gassed is truly one of the giants of the art world at more than nine feet tall by 21 feet long. The landmark painting is the focal point in this special centennial exhibition that also includes original maps showing the location of the dressing station where Sargent witnessed the scene depicted in the painting and reproductions of many of his study drawings. Additionally, the Museum and Memorial partnered with the U.S. Army Chemical Corps Museum to feature historical and contemporary objects showing detection and protection from chemical warfare from WWI through the modern era.