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British art 1920-70.
Catalogue of the exhibition held at Blond Fine Art, London, September 9-23 1990 and at the 20th Century British Art Fair, Cumberland Hotel, Marble Arch, 26th-30th September.
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British Realist Painting From The s And s Explored In Edinburgh. An exhibition of more than 80 paintings by a now obscure generation of artists, exploring the British Realist tradition in art, between the two World Wars has opened in Edinburgh.
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In this book, Eddie Chambers tells the story of Britain's Black artists, from the s onwards, including recent developments and successes. Black Artists in British Art represents a timely and important contribution to British art history. Utilising substantial and hitherto little-accessed bodies of archival material, Chambers avoids treating.
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