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The Women's Land Army and German Prisoners (1918) by Randolph Schwabe

The Women’s Land Army and German Prisoners (1918) by Randolph Schwabe. Source: IWM

From Fields to Factories: Women’s Work on the Home Front in the First World War starts on Friday 14th February, and runs until Saturday 10th May.

The exhibition explores the role of women in the Women’s Land Army and Munitions and features pictures on loan from the Imperial War Museum, the Tate, London, and Ferens Art Gallery, Hull, including important works by Randolph Schwabe, Hilda Carline and her brother Richard.

Admission is free. There will be a catalogue available for this exhibition priced at £10, which will include pictures, essays and biographical notes.

Click here to read an interview with Dr Gill Clarke Visiting Professor at the University of Chichester, who is also the guest curator for the Bishop Otter Gallery’s up-and-coming exhibition.