Women War Artists in the Canadian War Museum Collection, 1914-1945: Treasures from the Paper Vault

TitleWomen War Artists in the Canadian War Museum Collection, 1914-1945: Treasures from the Paper Vault
Publication TypeJournal Article
Year of Publication2017
AuthorsBarker, Stacy
JournalCanadian Military History
Volume26
Issue1
Date Published06/2017
Abstract

While most Canadian war art of the First and Second World War was produced by male artists, a handful of women artists were commissioned to capture their own impressions of these conflicts. This piece highlights eight works by four such artists: Caroline Armington, Alma Duncan, Bobs (Zema) Cogill Haworth, and Pegi Nicol MacLeod. All are works on paper and all are part of the Canadian War Museum's Beaverbrook Collection of War Art. [ABSTRACT FROM AUTHOR]

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