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Edward Bawden in the Middle East

Author: Nigel Weaver; Robin O'Neill; Edward Bawden
Publisher: Woodbridge, England : Antique Collectors Club, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book brings together forty-five of Edward Bawden's watercolours from World War II, now housed in the Imperial War Museum collection and many published here for the first time, to produce a fascinating insight into Bawden's view of the Middle East. Alongside these evocative images the text traces Bawden's life and career, in particular his time as an Official War Artist; a chapter by Robin O'Neill sets the  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Bildband
Art
Art and the war
In art
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Weaver, Nigel.
Edward Bawden in the Middle East.
Woodbridge, England : Antique Collectors Club, ©2008
(OCoLC)742639214
Named Person: Edward Bawden; Edward Bawden; Edward Bawden; Edward Bawden; Edward Bawden
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Nigel Weaver; Robin O'Neill; Edward Bawden
ISBN: 9781851495658 1851495657
OCLC Number: 228153046
Description: 95 pages : color illustrations, map, facsimiles ; 25 x 27 cm
Contents: Introduction / Nigel Weaver --
Bawden in context / Nigel Weaver --
Bawden the war artist / Nigel Weaver --
The political and military background / Robin O'Neill --
Bawden on the Middle East / Nigel Weaver --
The Marsh Arabs of Iraq / Edward Bawden --
An Arabian journey / Edward Bawden.
Responsibility: Nigel Weaver, Robin O'Neill, Edward Bawden.

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Edward Bawden was one of the original official war artists during the Second World War. For five years, Bawden was prevented from continuing to work as a printmaker, designer and book illustrator.  Read more...

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