Fair Exchange by George Studdy
Bonzo and the baby find fair exchange is no robbery. A rather alarming scene where the comic canine creation of George Studdy, Bonzo, sits happily sucking a baby's bottle while the baby gnaws contentedly on a large bone! A discarded rattle lies nearby while an inattentive nanny reads by the fire. Credit line must read: Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evan"
© Estate of George Studdy/Gresham Marketing Ltd./Mary Evans
David Wright woman in short black underslip
Elegant woman with red hair, wearing a short black, semi-transparent underslip. She is sitting on the edge of her dressing table, loosening her hair. David Wright (1912 - 1967), was a popular British artist specialising in glamour. His series of pin-ups for The Sketch during the World War II period were immensely popular and morale-boosting to troops.
© Mary Evans Picture Library
Limosin Brandy advert
Wartime advertisement for Limosin Brandy featuring an RAF bomber dropping bottles of brandy by parachute: 'the best drop of all'. The advertisement featured in The Signal magazine of 47 Air Navigation School in Queenstown, South Africa, where many RAF personnel from Bomber Command trained prior to operational tours.
© Mary Evans Picture Library/Philip Talmage