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Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: Catalogue - War Pictures at the National Gallery (1942)

Dr Veronica Davies examines a catalogue produced for an exhibition of war artists' work at the National Gallery in 1942.

Objects of Art History: 1970s postcard novel

Dr Amy Charlesworth explores the form and content of American artist Martha Rosler's postcard novels from the late 1970s through the lens of what has become known as 'feminist art histories'. 

Objects of Art History: 1970s postcard novel

Dr Amy Charlesworth explores the form and content of American artist Martha Rosler's postcard novels from the late 1970s through the lens of what has become known as 'feminist art histories'. 

Objects of Art History: 1970s postcard novel

Dr Amy Charlesworth explores the form and content of American artist Martha Rosler's postcard novels from the late 1970s through the lens of what has become known as 'feminist art histories'. 

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