Two page article on the postcard art of Donald McGill, tying in with the exhibition 'Censored at the Seaside' at the Cartoon Art Trust Museum in London. Three of McGill's postcards are reproduced and there is some discussion of the artist's life and career, Orwell's essay and the changes in social and cultural attitudes towards McGill's depiction of seaside customs and sexual politics.
|Country of origin||England|
|Related people||Donald McGill (Subject)|
|Rhoda Koenig (author)|
Part of the Bill Douglas and Peter Jewell Collection