Drawing salt water for the camp
|Title||Drawing salt water for the camp|
|Maker||Griffin, Murray (Artist)|
|Place made||Singapore: Changi|
|Medium||brush and brown ink and wash over pencil on paper|
|Measurement||Overall: 38.2 x 28 cm|
As little or no salt was issued to the POW's held by the Japanese, organised parties were allowed to collect salt water in which to cook their rations of rice. The drawing shows a party of men pouring water into containers on improvised trailer for transport back to camp, Changi, Singapore.