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James Boswell : unofficial war artist : drawings and paintings by James Boswell form the collections of The British Museum, The Imperial War Museum and The Tate Gallery / William Feaver.

By: Feaver, William.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: London : Muswell Press, c2007Description: 136 pages : illustrations ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780954795924; 095479592X(pbk).Subject(s): Boswell, James, 1906-1971 | War in art | World War, 1939-1945 -- Art and the warSubject: James Boswell, painter, illustrator, political satirist was born in 1906 in Westport, New Zealand. In 1925 he went to England to study at the Royal Academy and swiftly made his name as the foremost graphic artist of the radical left. Served in the Second World War and drew extensively in the UK and Iraq.
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This book is part of the centenary celebration of James Boswell's (1906-1971) birth. His work is being

James Boswell, painter, illustrator, political satirist was born in 1906 in Westport, New Zealand. In 1925 he went to England to study at the Royal Academy and swiftly made his name as the foremost graphic artist of the radical left. Served in the Second World War and drew extensively in the UK and Iraq.

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