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Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)
Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)
Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)
Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)
Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)
Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)
Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)

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Norman Nicholson is a poet much associated with Cumbria, depicted here in his younger days.

Dove Cottage and The Wordsworth Museum



Norman Nicholson (1914–1987)


clay & wood


H 37.1 x W 20.7 x D 25.4 cm

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Acquisition method

gift from Josefina de Vasconcellos, 1985

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Signature/marks description

on the reverse, neck: J V


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Dove Cottage and The Wordsworth Museum

Town End, Grasmere, Cumbria LA22 9SH England

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