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*'■*» *« V.— ■». ... —-/ j' BEST WISHES for CHRISTMAS

*'■*» *« V.— ■». ... —-/ j' BEST WISHES for CHRISTMAS

01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Mary: a box containing cigarettes, tobacco and a pipe, Another report showed patients at a military hospital enjoying a festive

Mary: a box containing cigarettes, tobacco and a pipe, Another report showed patients at a military hospital enjoying a festive

concert, starring singing nurses. The wounded soldiers “sit and enjoy a cigarette, or propel themselves in an invalid chair. All listen attentively to the singer, and join vigorously in the choruses of any song they know." Most famously, Christmas Day of 1914 was the occasion of
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Above, from left to right, General Montgomery's Christmas card from 1943; in 1915, a captured German helmet serves as a

Above, from left to right, General Montgomery's Christmas card from 1943; in 1915, a captured German helmet serves as a

cooking pot for the inevitable plum pudding; Christmas at Jellalabad during the war in Afghanistan, 1878. Left, in 1942, soldiers of the Eighth Army enjoy a festive meal in the North African desert, as passing German prisoners look on enviously. lanterns, and invited our troops
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
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01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
r“ Stuckfor original stocking fillers or seasonal gift ideas? Be inspired r'X I 11 by this selection of top buys

r“ Stuckfor original stocking fillers or seasonal gift ideas? Be inspired r'X I 11 by this selection of top buys

from London’s hottest labels. brYtish 1 HEAVENLY HOME Silver-plated angel candlestick and table setting (£25) at Links of London, 160 Sloane St, SWI (020 7730 3133) 2 IT’S A WRAP Red, punched-out-suede wrap (£495) by Louise Kennedy, 11 West Halkin St, SWI (020 7235 0911) 3 ART A
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Royal Arcade, 28 Old Bond St, W 1 (020 7499 1100) 9 STAND TALL Leather mobile phone/glasses stand-up case (£7O)

Royal Arcade, 28 Old Bond St, W 1 (020 7499 1100) 9 STAND TALL Leather mobile phone/glasses stand-up case (£7O)

by William & Son, 10 Mount St, W 1 (020 7493 8385) 10 TO DIE FOR Macassar ebony car die with white-leather spots (£65) by Linley, 60 Pimlico Road, SWI (020 7730 7300) 11 HIGH NOTES Handbag notebooks (£11.90) by Joanna Wood, 48a Pimlico Rd, SWI (020 7730 5064) 12 TRAVEL MATES Lea
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
ON ANY normal day, take a stroll along London's South Bank and you are sure to pass a human statue

ON ANY normal day, take a stroll along London's South Bank and you are sure to pass a human statue

ortwo. There is the fairy who stands to attention like a powder-box ballerina, or the stone man who suddenly jerks to life, bowing and waving. Dotted about nearby are other performer —a violinist, busking by the second-hand book stall; a fire-juggler warming up the tunnel to Wat
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
the Miracle Plays, open-air dramatisations of Bible stories. Most of the entertainment on offer was far less pious, however, and

the Miracle Plays, open-air dramatisations of Bible stories. Most of the entertainment on offer was far less pious, however, and

even less organised, although it included a “whirligig", or Ferris wheel —an early model for the London Eye. In the early 19th century, shortly before The ILN was born, the wonders of St Bartholomew's Fair were recorded by the poet William Wordsworth, who saw “chattering monkeys
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England
 
Saatchi are rather behind the times, They are still fixated with theYßAsand ignore some of the fantastic new work being

Saatchi are rather behind the times, They are still fixated with theYßAsand ignore some of the fantastic new work being

done. It's not necessary to shock any more." He points to portraits bylai-Shan Schierenberg that sell for between £2,500 and £30,000, or the strong works by Lucy Jones, which sell for £1,500 to £lB,OOO. Of the younger artists, Flowers selects Jiro Osuga, whose humorous canvases
01 November 2002 - Illustrated London News - London, London, England