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Reason’s works on paper are particularly interesting because he uses only rust and a support.
In an email I explained my idea of making chalk from rust and calcium carbonate, and asked if I could link to his work.
IWM supports and encourages research into our collections and they are open to the public.
You can find out more about accessing our collections on our Research Facilities page.
IWM’s collections cover all aspects of twentieth and twenty-first century conflict involving Britain, the Commonwealth and other former empire countries.
This material includes intensely personal items such as diaries and letters, as well as trinkets which were mass-produced but have held huge personal significance to previous owners.
The Museum’s own administrative records, dating from our foundation in 1917 are held by the Museum Archive.
Tony Reason’s are the most beautiful I’ve come across.
Just below is an installation photograph of a show he had at the Kunstpavillon, Munich in 2005, and below that a work on paper.
Our collections stretch from the everyday to the exceptional.They contain some of the most important technical, social, economic, political, personal and cultural artefacts relating to Britain and its role in twentieth-century conflict.