I am not a fan of the kind of art. Nevertheless, I did come across a few artists and their works that interested me. One of these was Mark Tansey (b. 1949) who I was essentially unaware of. Some background regarding him can be found here, here and here.
Some examples of his work are below. All the paintings date from 1979-90, a period when he did what I consider his most interesting work.
1980s New York City occupied by 1914-vintage troop from Imperial Germany.
Allegory showing Great War clothed French artists surrendering to World War 2 garbed New York modernists.
I found this helpful graphic on the web.
I took this photo at The Broad. From right to left are (1) a 1917 Great War French soldier, (2) a 1914 German Great War Soldier, (3) a 1917 Great War British or American soldier, and (4) a polo player.
Another painting I saw at The Broad. Below are some detail photos I took.