Phyllis Ginger


Phyllis Ginger, ‘Town Centre’ 1946
Town Centre 1946
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Phyllis Ethel Ginger (19 October 1907 – 3 May 2005) was a British artist and illustrator who, although she had a long career in several different media, is now best known for the topographical watercolours she produced during the Second World War for the Recording Britain project.

Ginger was also a prolific book illustrator and designer of graphic advertisements and book covers.

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