“A Street in Arras” (1918) by John Singer Sargent
“The Postal Censorship, Strand House: Censoring Letters to and from Enemy Prisoners of War” (1918) by A.J.C. Bryce.
From the collections of the Imperial War Museums, published in Art from the First World War, a postcard book, by Pomegranate Press.
A mailbox by my favorite underground comix artist, Dave Sheridan, from “Time Twisted Tales,” 1979, reprinted in the wonderful Dave Sheridan: Life with Dealer McDope, The Leather Nun, and the Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers (2018).
Panels from Jean-Pierre Gibrat’s The Reprieve (2018), set in Occupied France during WWII.
“Bridal Shower” (1955), art by Stevan Dohanos
1891 painting by Frederick Judd Waugh
Chow-Chow-Fu Bridge (China) by John Thompson, c. 1873
The Great Bell at Mengoon (Burma) by Samuel Bourne, c. 1876
The Great Buddha at Kamakura (Japan) by Felice Beato, c. 1865
Three postcards from “Travelers in Time,” photos from the Royal Photographic Society, Bath, published by Pomegranate Press. Because I love bridges, bells and the Great Buddha at Kamakura.
“Zenobia Defends Palmyra, 240 BC” by Fortunino Matania