ILLUSTRATION ART: Army Welfare Services – An original hand painted concept design for a Variety Show invitation/ poster
Army Welfare Services: An original hand painted concept design for a Variety Show invitation/ poster. Artist unknown, c. 1940s, advertising Army Welfare Services present – A Variety Show, On the occasion of the visit of H.M.S. Norfolk. Artwork featuring stylised image of female figures wearing bikinis, in red, blue and white. Gouache on paper, dimensions 23 x 17¾ cm.
The Army Welfare Services is the Army’s professional welfare provider.
H.M.S. Norfolk was a Royal Navy heavy cruiser who operated from 1931 until 1950. The vessel played a vital role during the Second World War, including battle honours for the sinking of the Bismarck, as well as the Battle of the Atlantic, the Battle of the North Cape and Operation Judgement.
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Dimensions: Dimensions 23 x 17¾ cm
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Condition Report: In overall excellent/ very good condition, pin-holes to bottom edge (see images).