DAZZLE AND DISRUPTION IN WAR AND ART



DAZZLE AND DISRUPTION IN WAR AND ART

Author : James Taylor

Price : £19.00 (includes 5% online discount)

Dazzle painting, or dazzle camouflage, was first contrived in 1917 by the celebrated marine artist Norman Wilkinson who was at that time also a Naval Commander. Wilkinson's scheme led to several thousand ships in the Allied fleets being repainted and seen as the largest canvases in the world. After the war Norman's ideas influenced art, architecture, design and even dance, along with other subjects, in many ways. The illustrations show many other subjects in addition to the main use ships.

DAZZLE AND DISRUPTION IN WAR AND ART
£19.00