Norman LINDSAY, Today the German Monster threatens the world with bloodshed, slavery and death Enlarge 1 /1

On display on Level 1

Norman LINDSAY

Creswick, Victoria, Australia 1879 – Springwood, New South Wales, Australia 1969

artist

  • England, Europe 1909-11

Today the German Monster threatens the world with bloodshed, slavery and death 1917
Collection Title: General plan of campaign for reinforcing the Australian Imperial Force. Melbourne: Australian Government, 1917
Place made: Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Materials & Technique: prints, ink; paper lithograph, printed in colour inks, from multiple stones [or plates] Support: paper

Dimensions: printed image 48.2 h x 35.6 w cm sheet 50.9 h x 38.2 w cm
Acknowledgement: Purchased 1981
Accession No: NGA 81.121.V
Subject: War: first world war, 1914-1918
Image rights: © H. A and C. Glad
Provenance:
  • Collection of Keith Kingrove (1910-1995), who formed a major collection of material relating to Norman Lindsay (1879-1969) and the art of Bookplates.
  • Purchased by the Australian National Gallery, from Keith Wingrove, Highgate, South Australia, February 1981.