Examining the Fuze of a Bomb
Art.IWM ART LD 868. image: Two soldiers examine a bomb in a crater. Two other soldiers watch them from above one is holding the winch line steady.
Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich: Basement Ward
Art.IWM ART LD 1547. image: A basement ward with three bed-ridden patients. To the right of the image is a large arm chair. To the left are two nurses leaning over a table
A Medical Aid Post in a Tube Station. Sister has a new patient
Art.IWM ART LD 859. image: A sister greets a woman and small boy who are entering the room. Behind her is a table with kettle teapot and cups.
Bomb Disposal Squad : probing for tracks of a bomb in loose earth
Art.IWM ART LD 869. image: Four uniformed soldiers on a bomb site. One is kneeling next to the hole two others stand around looking on. The, fourth soldier is preparing a winch in the background
Royal Herbert Hospital, Woolwich: A Basement Ward
Art.IWM ART LD 1549. image: A view down a ward. All the beds are full. About half way down the ward two nurses are tending to a patient. In the foreground a nurse walks away from the viewer holding some laundry while another is arranging a medicine trolley
A Pub in Silvertown, September 1940
Art.IWM ART LD 470. image: A man wearing a helmet is running past a corner pub 'The Clarence' near some industrial buildings. The building has been badly damaged by an explosion
Discussing The Situation
Art.IWM ART LD 483. image: A man stands chatting to a woman in a street. A small girl plays next to them in the street. Behind them is a bomb- damaged shop and the ruins of a street with a hunched figure walking to the right
A Patient in a Medical Aid Post
Art.IWM ART LD 861. image: A man sits on a chair having his hand bandaged by a woman who is standing next to him. A nurse stands next to them with her back to the viewer
Set of original illustrations for 'The Little Train' by Graham Greene by Edward Ardizzone
This is the complete suite of watercolour illustrations by Ardizzone for one of only four picture books for children written by Graham Greene.