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Art and the War at Sea: 1914-1945

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ISBN 10: 1848221681 / ISBN 13: 9781848221680
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Title: Art and the War at Sea: 1914-1945

Publisher: Lund Humphries

Binding: Hardcover

Book Condition:New

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While many publications have engaged with the events, artists and poets associated with war fought on land, the cultural history of the war at sea has been neglected. This original book redresses this imbalance by being the first study to focus on the art of war in the first half of the 20th century from a distinctly naval and maritime perspective. Drawing on the first-class collections of paintings, works on paper (including drawings, photography and posters) and archival material, such as private papers, journals and memoirs, held at the National Maritime Museum, London, the artistic response to the war at sea is analysed in the context of specific focus points such as the major arenas of naval conflict; life on board ships, aircraft carriers and submarines; the experiences of prisoners of war and the response of artists to the commemoration and legacy of key maritime events. Featuring the work of established and lesser known artists, this publication will make an invaluable contribution to war art scholarship while also presenting a little known aspect of a major museum collection.

About the Author:

Christine Riding is Head of Arts and Curator of the Queen's House. She was previously Curator of Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-century British Art at Tate Britain, and was Deputy Editor of Art History (The Journal of the Association of Art Historians). She is co-author of Turner & The Sea (2013) which was published to accompany a major exhibition at the National Maritime Museum.

Robert J. Blyth is Senior Curator of World and Maritime History, Royal Museums Greenwich, and editor of the Journal for Maritime Research.

Andrew Choong is Curator of Historic Photographs & Ship Plans, Royal Museums Greenwich. He specialises in naval warfare from 1860 to 1945 with particular focus on the Royal Navy, the US Navy and Japan's Teikoku Kaigun.

John Graves is Curator of Ship History, Royal Museums Greenwich, and is an acknowledged expert on British passenger ships and shipping from the steam age to the present day.

Jeremy Michell is Curator of Historic Photographs & Ship Plans, Royal Museums Greenwich. He was Curator of The Last of the Tall Ships exhibition (2009) based on the photographic work of Alan Villiers.

Amy Miller is Curator Emeritus and former Curator of Decorative Arts & Material Culture, Royal Museums Greenwich. She curated Sailor Chic (2007) at the National Maritime Museum and Rozanne Hawksley: War and Memory at the Queen's House (2014).

Melanie Vandenbrouck is Curator of Art, post-1800, Royal Museums Greenwich. She curated War Artists at Sea (2014) in the Queen's House, an exhibition of the National Maritime Museum's collection of art from the First and Second World Wars.

Pieter van der Merwe is the General Editor and Greenwich Curator, Royal Museums Greenwich, and has published on various aspects of maritime history and art, and theatre history. He is on the editorial board of the Mariner's Mirror (Journal of the Society for Nautical Research).

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