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Churchill and Art
By DAVE TURRELL
Today, we need not flinch from the image. Sutherland saw a man behind the legend, reached deep, and gave us the man. The legend needed no portrait.
Tags: Aneurin Bevan, Anthony Montague Browne, Charles Moran, Churchill College, Clementine Churchill, Dave Turrell, David McFall, Dwight Eisenhower, Georgy Malenkov, Grace Hamblin, Graham Sutherland, Herbert Gunn, Jennie Lee, John Charmley, King George VI, Mary SOames, Max Beaverbrook, Omdurman, Shane Leslie, Somerset Maugham, Winston S. Churchill,
By PAUL RAFFERTY
Churchill rarely painted scene with someone else, and only once with a field marshal. Their Lake Como oils offer a glimpse of friendship and technique.
Tags: Claude Auchinleck, Duke of Edinburgh, Edward Seago, Harold Alexander, HMY Britannia, Impressionism, Lake Como, Sarah Churchill, Winston S. Churchill,
By FRANK WILLIAMS and MEG PARKES
A chapel in Java built by Allied POWs included national symbols, in which Winston Churchill was surreptitiously added under the noses of Japanese guards.
Tags: All Saints Church Jakarta, Andrew Atholl Duncan, Argyll and Sutherland Highlanders, Batavia, Battle of Java, Battle of Singapore, David Hillhouse, FEPOW, Frank Williams, Jakarta, Java, John Baxter, Meg Parkes, National Memorial Arboretum, Ronald Williams, Royal Artillery, Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers, Royal Navy Volunteer Reserve, Tandjong Priok, Toc H, Winston S. Churchill, Zentsuji,