Macdonald Gill : Mapping his age Caroline Walker

This event has finished Took place on: Monday, 12th Dec 2016

Illustrated talk by his great niece, will shine a light on the work and world of this master of the decorative map, his works illustrate many aspects and events of the 1st half of the 20th century an era of unprecedented change - Covering communications,transport decline of the Empire and two world wars.

His work was packed with detail both visual and verbal bringing art and history together in a unique and decorative way re WW2 propaganda maps, underground maps or murals on Cunard l

Cost: Free of Charge


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