This is not actually a book but an exhibition at the National Gallery of Victoria intended as an ANZAC tribute. The exhibition will open on Friday 24 April. See details below. This should be well worth seeing if you’re in Melbourne during the exhibition.
Follow the Flag: Australian Artists at War 1914 – 45
From ANZAC Day, Friday 24 April, 2015 at NGV Australia at Federation Square
The exhibition comprises over 150 works sourced Australia-wide from public and private collections. Artists include Arthur Streeton, Russell Drysdale, Albert Tucker, Joy Hester, Sidney Nolan, Frank Hurley and Max Dupain, shown alongside works by soldier artists and unknown makers
A highlight includes George Lambert’s A sergeant of the Light Horse 1920, which was recognised as an image that captured the spirit and character of the Australian soldier (shown here).