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Ipswich Park, (detail), 1919, tempera on paper by George Sheringham (1884–1937), photo credit: Nottingham City Museums

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© the artist, photo credit: Harlow Art Trust

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Photo credit: Royal Shakespeare Company Collection

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Still Life of Fruit and Flowers, Photo credit: The Ashmolean Museum of Art and Archaeology

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