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(detail), 1913, green patinated bronze by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (1891–1915), photo credit: Towner Credit
Led by Dreams. 2012, acrylic on polyester by Melanie Wotton (b.1962). © the artist. Photo credit: Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
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Framed print of 'View into a Garden'. 1926, oil on board by Vanessa Bell (1879–1961). © estate of Vanessa Bell. All rights reserved, DACS 2023. Photo credit: Bolton Library & Museum Services, Bolton Council
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Three Guchi Faces, Guchi Face with Banana. 1983, acrylic on paper by Paula Figueiroa Rego (1935–2022). © the artist's estate. Photo credit: Leicester Arts and Museums Service
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Works on Paper. (detail), 2009, acrylic gouache on paper by Peter McDonald (b.1973). © the artist & Kate MacGarry Gallery. Photo credit: Government Art Collection
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Self Portrait. 2000, oil on canvas by Barbara Walker (b.1964). © the artist. Photo credit: The Collection: Art & Archaeology in Lincolnshire (Usher Gallery)
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Mary Millet (1617–1659) (detail). 1633, oil on panel by British (English) School. Photo credit: Manchester Art Gallery
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