'War through artists' eyes' - A record of war by British war artists.
Features works by: Edward Bawden, Henry Moore, Paul Nash, John Piper, Eric Ravilious, Stanley Spencer and Graham Sutherland, amongst others.
John Piper was an official war artists during World War II (1939 - 1945), his paintings of Coventry Cathedral the morning after it had been destroyed by German bombs being perhaps his most famous image from the war-time era.
'The Architectural Review' December 1943 vo XLIV no 564
"A Magazine of architecture and decoration"
Article by John Piper on page 168, entitled 'Colour in building'.
Also contains articles by Kenneth Clark and about art by Eric Ravilious.
John Piper frequently contributed to this publication during the earliet years of his career.
'The Cornhill - 1000th number' Summer 1954
The front cover was designed by John Piper, who often contributed to this periodical. Inside there is a frontispiece by Eric Ravilious. There is also a letter from John Murray to Stephen Alexander regarding obtaining this copy off the publication.