Rum from Eigg, Inner Hebrides,
(detail), oil on canvas by Albert Julius Olsson (1864–1942), photo credit: Gallery Oldham
We are on the hunt for the next young poet to create the fifth Art Speaks film. The competition is now open.
Exhibition in focus: Nelson & Norfolk
Powerful objects and paintings come together to tell the tale of an extraordinary life: that of Admiral Lord Horatio Nelson.
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Bushey Museum and Art Gallery
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