Remembering the Great War

Art, Drawing and illustration
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George P. Lewis and Peter Cattrell, Rope workers, 1918
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Sir Oswald Birley, 'John Reith, Lord Reith, 1889-1971'
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John Singer Sargent, 'Douglas Haig, 1st Earl Haig, 1861-1928'
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Henry Lintott, 'Avatar', 1916
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Henry John Dobson, 'James Keir Hardie'
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John Duncan, 'Marjory Kennedy Fraser'
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Peter Cattrell, '"Y" Ravine, Newfoundland Park, Somme'
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Red Cross Hospital Staff and Patients
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Henry Charles Bevan Petman 'Dr Isabel Emslie, Lady Hutton', 1946

Exhibition of works commemorating the outbreak of WWI, featuring portraits of Field Marshal Haig, gas mask inventor JS Haldane and entertainer Harry Lauder

Works in a variety of media – including photography, drawing and painting – commemorating the centenary of the start of World War I, featuring portraits of Commander-in-Chief Field Marshal Sir Douglas Haig, objector James Keir Hardie, field medic Dr Elsie Ingles, artists Sir James Gunn and Sir William Gillies, strike-leader James Maxton, gas mask inventor JS Haldane and entertainer Harry Lauder, along wth many soldiers and civilians who lived and died at the time.

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