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The war artists : British official war art of the twentieth century

Author: Meirion Harries; Susie Harries
Publisher: London : M. Joseph in association with the Imperial War Museum and the Tate Gallery, 1983.
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Genre/Form: Biography
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Harries, Meirion, 1951-
War artists.
London : M. Joseph in association with the Imperial War Museum and the Tate Gallery, 1983
(OCoLC)558568919
Material Type: Biography
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Meirion Harries; Susie Harries
ISBN: 071812314X 9780718123147
OCLC Number: 9888782
Notes: Maps on lining papers.
Description: 308 pages, [32] pages of plates : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm
Contents: pt. 1: The first World War: Prelude --
Wellington House --
Muirhead Bone --
Francis Dodd --
The Department of Information --
James McBey --
GHQ and William Orpen --
John Lavery --
C.R.W. Nevinson --
Eric Kennington --
Paul Nash --
William Rothenstein --
William Orpen --
Propaganda --
The Ministry of Information --
The British War Memorials Committee --
The Hall of Remembrance --
The 'Super-pictures' and the Western front --
The MoI artists --
the soldier-artists --
Other fronts: home and abroad --
Transition --
The Imperial War Museum --
Medical, munitions and the Western front --
IWM --
the admiralty artists --
The RAF artists --
1919 --
post-war collecting --
pt. 2: The second World War: Between the wars --
The War Artists' Advisory Committee --
The phoney war --
The war in the air --
Blitz and Baedeker --
The home front: production and transport --
The war at sea --
The army in England --
The Middle East --
The western desert and Sicily --
Italy --
D-Day and after --
The Far East --
Propaganda, uses and dispersal --
pt. 3: The post-war period: War art since 1946.
Responsibility: Meirion and Susie Harries.

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