Poster artwork; We Londoners, by Dorrit Dekk, 1961
Illustrations of a various figures in different uniform and costume seen within various roles in London life
Simple name : Poster artwork
Date : 1961
Collection : Artwork
Object location : Acton Depot
Reference number : 1983/228
Size : H 1000mm, W 634mm
Associated person : Dorrit Dekk
Title : We Londoners
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