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Donald Grist after the war.
Paintings secretly produced by a British woman inside a hellish Japanese prisoner of war camp using brushes made from human hair have come to light.
Isobel Grist depicted scenes of camp life while she and her husband Donald spent three years imprisoned at the notorious Changi PoW camp in Singapore.
The talented artist had grabbed her paints just as the couple were marched off to the camp following the fall of Singapore in 1942.