The following artists all signed Second World War posters. I recognise that some signatures may have been mis-read, but after extensive searches on the internet, and through various journals and books, I have no further information on them. If you are able to provide any information on the following artists, I would be very grateful.

5 Responses

  1. You are looking for information on Norman Wilson, he was my great uncle. I am not sure what you would like to know but I am happy to forward information if I can.

    Lesley

    1. Hi Lesley. I am just trying to collect together any information which provides biographical context, and/or an understanding of their ways of working, especially that information that gives us idea of how their work may have been produced. Love to hear more! Thanks!

  2. “That sounds really interesting. Sorry have taken time to respond, but officially blog moved to http://ww2poster.co.uk a while ago! It is an unusual name – it would be interesting to see the images. I’d love it if you thought writing a short blog post on your finding, attaching the images, was up your street?! Let me know! Bex Lewis” 02/08/10

  3. “W.Krogman
    I have a 3 illustrations from The Ford Times December 1926 with the signature W.Krogman.
    An illustration advertising The Enclosed Ton Van ,Ford Tudor Saloon and one entitled Still more improvements

    It’s such an unusual name I don’t think there would be two”
    StephenWillan
    swpromos@hotmail.com
    19/05/10

  4. l have an old scrape book from
    Dec 1925 to 1928 my grandad had with old pictures from The Ford Times which most of the pictures were painted by W. Krogman

    Anthony Claydon

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