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An Aircraft Assembly Shop, Hendon by Anna Airey  Date 1918  Medium oil on canvas  Measurements 182.8 x 213.3 cm  Accession number IWM ART 1931  Acquisition method commissioned, acquired, 1919    Date 1918  Medium oil on canvas  Measurements 182.8 x 213.3 cm  Accession number IWM ART 1931  Acquisition method commissioned, acquired, 1919

An Aircraft Assembly Shop, Hendon by Anna Airey Date 1918 Medium oil on canvas Measurements 182.8 x 213.3 cm Accession number IWM ART 1931 Acquisition method commissioned, acquired, 1919 Date 1918 Medium oil on canvas Measurements 182.8 x 213.3 cm Accession number IWM ART 1931 Acquisition method commissioned, acquired, 1919

Elswick 1917, Messrs. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. by Sir John Lavery, 1917 (Imperial War Museums)

Elswick 1917, Messrs. Armstrong, Whitworth & Co. by Sir John Lavery, 1917 (Imperial War Museums)

Charing Cross Station: Detraining Wounded by the British Red Cross Society and Order of St John, by J. Hodgson Lobley

Charing Cross Station: Detraining Wounded by the British Red Cross Society and Order of St John, by J. Hodgson Lobley

R.34 and R.29 in the Shed at East Fortune, by Alfred Egerton Cooper, painted 1919.

R.34 and R.29 in the Shed at East Fortune, by Alfred Egerton Cooper, painted 1919.

Sir William Orpen ~ In Their Cellar in Amiens: Captain R. Maude,  Department of the Army, Provost Marshal General, Awarded the Croix de Guerre by the French Authorities, and Colonel Du Tiel, Commandant d'Armes, Amiens

Sir William Orpen ~ In Their Cellar in Amiens: Captain R. Maude, Department of the Army, Provost Marshal General, Awarded the Croix de Guerre by the French Authorities, and Colonel Du Tiel, Commandant d'Armes, Amiens

The Bakeries, Dieppe (Sir John Lavery, R.A. - No dates listed)

The Bakeries, Dieppe (Sir John Lavery, R.A. - No dates listed)

RAF Hendon Airport, London, 1937.   Royalty arrives.   King George VI, centre, and Queen Elizabeth on aircraft's steps.

RAF Hendon Airport, London, 1937. Royalty arrives. King George VI, centre, and Queen Elizabeth on aircraft's steps.

Hendon Quadrangle at Middlesex University/ Architen Landrell- twin skin inverted conics with thick melatec lining to improve acoustics of an echoing space

Hendon Quadrangle at Middlesex University/ Architen Landrell- twin skin inverted conics with thick melatec lining to improve acoustics of an echoing space

Victoria Station, 1918: The Green Cross Corps (Women's Reserve Ambulance), Guiding Soldiers on Leave by Clare Atwood    Date painted: 1919

Victoria Station, 1918: The Green Cross Corps (Women's Reserve Ambulance), Guiding Soldiers on Leave by Clare Atwood Date painted: 1919

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