Product images of Officer looking through a periscope (from the 'Submarines' series)
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Officer looking through a periscope (from the 'Submarines' series)
The submarine series. In February 1940, Eric Ravilious (1903–1942), became, with Paul Nash, one of the first artists to be appointed by the WAAC. He was assigned to the Admiralty and given the rank of Captain. His first assignments took him to the Royal Naval Barracks in Chatham, Sheerness, Grimsby and Scapa Flow, sailing to the Arctic Circle on HMS 'Highlander'.
Object number: PAD8075
Artist: Eric Ravilious
Dimensions: 304 mm x 340 mm
- Image reference: PU8075
- © National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London