In 1917, the Department of Information approached well known British artists to contribute to a portfolio of lithographic prints. The brief was to create images that would encourage a war-weary public and raise support for the ‘war effort’. In effect they represent modern-era British political propaganda in its early stages. Sixty-six prints were produced under […]
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