Three prints which feature in the Abbot & Holder exhibition of lithographs commissioned during the First World WarExplore original prints from renowned First World War artists at Abbot & Holder.

Today marks the opening of an exceptional exhibition by Abbot & Holder Picture Dealers and Conservators in collaboration with the Imperial War Museum. Featuring a wealth of original prints, this exhibition is a must-see for art enthusiasts and historians alike. 

The exhibition runs until July 6th, coinciding with London Art Week 2024.

Exhibition Highlights:

Featured Artists include: Fortunino Matania, Muirhead Bone, Frank Brangwyn, Eric Kennington, and other notable First World War artists.

Special Talks: Attend a series of three 'In Conversations' talks about the Efforts and Ideals project, featuring distinguished speakers such as Professor Sir Hew Strachan, Honorary Patron of The Western Front Association, Claire Brenard Curator at the Imperial War Museum, and Tom Edwards, Managing Director, Abbott & Holder LTD.

Historical Insight: Learn about the history of the 1917 commission of these prints from the most well-known artists of the day and its impact within the broader context of the First World War.

Why Visit?

This exhibition appeals to anyone interested in the Great War, art history, or the era of 1914-1918. Whether you have deep pockets to purchase these rare prints or simply wish to enjoy the art and educational talks, there's something for everyone. 

Introduction by Claire Brenard

Read 'The Great War: Britain’s Efforts and Ideals,' an insightful introduction by Claire Brenard, Curator at the IWM, on the Abbot & Holder exhibition website.

Exhibition Details:

Dates: Open now (17th May) until July 6th 2024

Location: 30 Museum Street, opposite the British Museum, London, WC1A 1LH

Hours: Monday to Saturday, 10am-1pm and 2pm-5pm

Contact: | Tel: 020 7637 3981