September 11, 2018 - #Eleanor'sSecret

Images from The Second World War

The Second World War artworks were very revealing, in particular pictures by Evelyn Dunbar, Laura Knight, Doris Zinkeisen, Edward Ardizzone and Anthony Gross, many of which are on view through the Imperial War Museum. The Portrait Gallery is where the committee met and their archives also provided a wealth of research including the War Pictures by British Artists booklets that are featured in the book.

Pinterest was a useful tool to collect images and research material and I came across this picture of an extremely handsome air force officer who turned out to be quite a strong influence . . .

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