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Artist or CreatorNicholas Garland
Title or CaptionHis Masters' Voices
Extent1 item
Published byDaily Telegraph
Date29 Jan 1980
FormatArtwork
Size26.5 x 37.25cm
Techniqueblack ink
Embedded text or transcriptThe Law
The Unions
Workers
Person DepictedSirs; William
Implied textHis Master's Voice [HMV] is a famous trademark in the music business. It was also the name of a large record label. The name was taken from the title of a painting of a dog listening to a wind-up gramophone in 1899.
NotesImage 1: See 33831 for published cartoon 46 / p15 / 4 cols x 4 7/8 News: Strike leader ready to go to prison. Strikers attending the largest political rally Wales has witnessed since the war roared their defiance of the Government after being told by William Sirs, general secretary of the biggest steel union, that he and two colleagues could be imprisoned unless they obey the Court of Appeal decision to prevent the dispute spreading to the private sector. The Times 29/1/80]
Image 2: See NG2001 for original artwork and cataloguing Garland with apologies
SubjectsAdvertisements
Animals
Brand names
His Master's Voice
Law
Music
Trades unions
advertising
dogs
employees
popular music
steel
strikers
strikes
Copyright contact detailssyndication@telegraph.co.uk
Genrepastiche
Location of artworkBritish Cartoon Archive
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