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Ref NoDL0363
Alt Ref NoDL0363
Artist or CreatorDavid Low (1891-1963)
Title or CaptionNailing the skipper to the mast.
Extent1 item
Published byEvening Standard
Date05 Apr 1930
FormatArtwork
Size32.5 x 47.7cm
TechniqueBlack ink/blue crayon
Embedded text or transcriptChart of the Empire Route
Person DepictedBaldwin; Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947); Earl
Beaverbrook; Max Aitken (1879-1964); Baron,
Amery; L.S. (Leopold Stennett) (1873-1955)
Chamberlain; Austen (1863-1937); Sir
Halifax; Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (1881-1959); Earl of
Churchill; Winston (1874-1965)
Subjectsnail your colours to the mast
Union Jack
Exteriors
Flags
Transport
maps
wind
Oceans
sailors
Proverbs and sayings
Emblems
ships
Weather
Environment
Seasons
Copyright contact detailsNorthcliffe House, 2 Derry Street, London W8 5TT solo@solosyndication.com
Location of artworkReturned to Beaverbrook Foundation, 1998
Relates to cartoonDL0363

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CodePersonNameDatesAboutMultimediaImage
GB/BCA/4Baldwin; Stanley Baldwin (1867-1947); Earl1867-1947   
GB/BCA/96Beaverbrook; Max Aitken (1879-1964); Baron,1879-1964   
GB/BCA/71Amery; L.S. (Leopold Stennett) (1873-1955)1873-1955   
GB/BCA/10Chamberlain; Austen (1863-1937); Sir1863-1937Liberal Unionist - Conservative politician.
Civil Lord of the Admiralty 1895-1900
Financial Secretary to the Treasury 1900-1902
Postmaster General 1902-1903
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1903-1905
Secretary of State for India 1915-1917
Member of the War Cabinet 1918
Chancellor of the Exchequer 1919-1921
Lord Privy Seal 1921-1922
Conservative Leader in the Commons 1921-1922
Leader of the Conservative Party 1921-1922
Secretary of State for Foreign Affairs 1924-1929
First Lord of the Admiralty 1931
  
GB/BCA/357Halifax; Edward Frederick Lindley Wood (1881-1959); Earl of1881-1959   
GB/BCA/7Churchill; Winston (1874-1965)1874-1965British politician. Became a Conservative MP in 1900 and held the offices of President of the Board of Trade, Home Secretary, First Lord of the Admiralty, Chancellor of the Exchequer eventually becoming Prime Minister from 1940-1945 and from 1951-1955. A noted statesman and orator, he was also an officer in the British Army, an historian, writer and artist.  
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