Spalding war memorial viewed from the North.
Photograph by Tim Skelton, 2014
An ongoing exhibition commemorating the Great War – featuring the work of Sir Edwin Lutyens O.M.
Exhibition Curator: Tim Skelton – Co-author of Lutyens and the Great War, published in 2008 by Frances Lincoln
This web-based exhibition of Memorials of the Great War designed by Sir Edwin Lutyens O.M. launched on 4th August 2014, the actual anniversary of the start of the Great War.
From The Cenotaph, Whitehall, London to less well known village memorials, this exhibition has them all and will provide ongoing interest as it builds month by month until November 2018. You will be able to view the current month’s war memorial and also look back over previous months.
So, make sure that you visit us monthly thereafter for the next 50 months as we feature a different memorial each month.
Looking at the broad range of Lutyens’s work using images from our Archive
Exhibition Curator: Andrew Barnett, Interim Archivist
The exhibition shows a selection of the very varied work undertaken by Sir Edwin Lutyens O.M. Available on-line since 1st January 2014 it includes houses, cottages, furniture, gardens, offices, memorials to individuals, places of worship, war cemeteries and war memorials. There are features on New Delhi, Heathcote, Ilkley and the former Midland Bank Headquarters at 27 Poultry, London. It remains highly popular, attracting over 60,000 page views across 80 countries.
Created using 190 images from the Lutyens Trust’s Photographic Archive, and covering 100 works, the exhibition is dedicated to the Trust’s image donors who shared our vision and donated copies of over 20,000 images to create the Photographic Archive.