Joseph Pennell's Pictures of War Work in England. Reproductions of a series of drawings and lithographs of the munition works made by him with the permission and authority of the British Government with notes by the artist and with an introduction by H.G. Wells. Joseph PENNELL, H. G. WELLS, introduction.

Joseph Pennell's Pictures of War Work in England. Reproductions of a series of drawings and lithographs of the munition works made by him with the permission and authority of the British Government with notes by the artist and with an introduction by H.G. Wells.

London: William Heinemann, 1917. [War Art] FIRST EDITION. Large octavo (25 x 18cm), pp.xii; with 51 black and white plates, each with an accompanying descriptive leaf. Publisher's brown paper-covered boards with titles to plain cream label on spine and illustrated label over upper board. Offsetting to endpapers. Boards rubbed and bumped, with toning to spine and spotting to label over upper board. Very good. Scenes of heavy industry driving Britain's war-effort during the First World War, by an American artist who had moved to London to teach at the Slade School of Art. Item #54712

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