Rowland Hilder, Hartley’s Jam advertisement, first appeared in Picture Post on 9 December 1939.
Fred A. Farrell (1882-1935), ‘Surrender Englander!’ – Neuville St Vaast, chalk, bodycolour and ink on dark brown paper.
From Elgar to Vaughan Williams, what was the purpose of government involvement in promoting music during World War II?
Using photos and posters, Peter Collar contextualises Germany’s explosion of racist propaganda against the use of non-European troops by France after the fall out of WWI.
Fern Riddell looks at how Victorian music halls were was used to restrain and reduce political awareness, rather than herald a social revolution.
Famed for his imaginative transformations of the art and imagery of the past, and the subject of our new book, Eric Ravilious’ reputation continues to grow.
Abraham Lincoln is one of America’s quintessential westerners. But Lincoln owed much of his political success, and enshrinement in public memory, to his impact on New York, and in turn, New York’s impact on him.