By: Rawlings, L.
Rawlings, Chapman Publications: 1972
Seller ID: 58361
Condition: Very Good in Good dust jacket
Hardback; very good in faded and creased dustjacket. First edition. ; Autobiography of an Artist at War and What Came After. With supporting account by Bill Duncan. Leo Rawlings was captured at the fall of Singapore, spending three and a half years as a prisoner of the Japanese, during which time he worked on the 'Railway of Death'. Whilst prisoner he made over one hundred eye-witness paintings. Illustrated. ; 160 pages View More...