Festival of Britain 1951, Dome of Discovery and South Bank Concourse

Drawing of the Dome of Discovery and the concourse of the South Bank site at the Festival of Britain, 1951, by Douglas Stephen. The Festival of Britain was a nation-wide festival held in the summer of 1951. Organised in the years of post-war austerity as a 'tonic for the nation', the Festival was a celebration of British history and culture and contributions to industrial design and manufacturing.
Catalogue Reference: WORK 25/64/B1/SB -Gen/5

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