PENNELL WILL DISCUSS WAR ART
Well-Known Illustrator Gives Talk in Fogg museum Today.
Mr. Joseph Pennell well-known artist, illustrator and author will give a lecture in the Fogg Art subject will be "The Wonder of War Work," By his paintings and pencil illustrations Mr. Penneli has won distinction both at home and abroad. He has received the Grand Prix several expositions, and other honors have been conferred up-on him.
MR. Pennell has been permitted by Premier Lloyd George to make drawing of various factories and ship yards which are engaged din war work in England. These sketches have already been published in the form of lithographs. Later Mr. Pennell was invited by the French Government to do the same in France, but though he went twice to that country, he failed to get important results there.
In the United States he made another series of lithographs of the same subjects. In the department of prints at the museum of Fine Arts in Boston there is now an exhibition of these American lithographs by Mr. Pennell.
The lecture he is to give will be free to the public and no tickets will be required.