Introduction; 1. A record for posterity, 1916-17; 2. Implementing the art scheme, 1917-18; 3. Gazing on strange and terrible lands, 1916-18; 4. A beautiful graveyard, 1919; 5. A suitable memorial, 1920-22; Conclusion.
Examines the official art scheme as a key commemorative practice of the First World War.
Margaret Hutchison is a lecturer in the School of Arts at the Australian Catholic University, Brisbane. Her research focuses on the history of war, culture and memory.