The exhibition of twentieth-Century British Art at the Swindon Art Gallery opened today to a great fanfare and a wonderfully glossy brochure.
It's worth getting to the gallery to look at the exhibition and get a copy of the brochure, the front page of which is shown below:
An amusing tale from the reception: one of the people who hung the exhibition was asked to talk to the Duchess of Cornwall about the process of hanging. She was so intruiged by the tales of the paintings cramped storage conditions that she wanted to go and see for herself, and so spent some of her afternoon in very close quarters with Paul.
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