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Henfield High Street, West Sussex, AD 1850

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One of a set of four paintings produced by the artist, which were exhibited at the Festival of Britain Exhibition at Henfield in 1951. This gives a realistic though impressionistic view of the High Street at this time, and was based on a contemporary photograph. The George Hotel and other buildings on the left still exist today.

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    acrylic on cardboard

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    56 x 76 cm

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