Beautifully illustrated with a world-class collection of propaganda prints A fascinating historical account of revolutions and revolutionaries A unique collection
1. The Ancient World i. The very beginning ii. Alexander iii. Pax Romana 2. The Middle Ages i The Dark Ages ii. The Norman Conquest iii. Onward Christian soldiers 3. The Early Modern Period i. The art of printing ii. The troublesome priest iii. A red and white rose iv. Renaissance v. The propaganda of the senses vi. Here comes the sun vii. The English Civil War viii. Into the light ix. The American Revolution x. The tree of liberty xi. The man on the white horse 4. The Machine Age i. The 19th century ii. The Fourth Estate iii. Rule Britannia iv. From sea to shining sea v. A new printing method vi. The golden age of posters vii. The modern movement viii. The First World War 5. The Early 20th Century i. The Mexican Revolution ii. The Russian Revolution iii. Between the wars iv. WPA v. The Spanish Civil War vi. The Nazis vii. The Second World War 6. The Modern World i. The Cold War ii. Post-war Britain iii. The Chinese Cultural Revolution iv. The Cuban Revolution v. Vietnam and the art of protest vi. Propaganda in the digital age
Born on the west coast of Scotland and trained in Glasgow, Colin Moore has worked as an architect, designer and brand consultant, sustaining a lifelong interest in visual communication through contact with the art and culture of the many places where his work has taken him. He has lived in Venezuela and Spain and now lives and works in London. He is a founder of Tile Kiln Studios, an artists' collective based in London, and his paintings and prints are regularly exhibited in the UK and abroad.