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Clytie and Autumn Leaves, (detail), 1932, oil on canvas by Mark Gertler (1891–1939), photo credit: Glasgow Museums


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Royal Artillery Memorial, 1921–1925, Portland stone & bronze by Lionel Pearson (1879–1953) and Charles Sargeant Jagger (1885–1934), Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, Central London, Photo credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

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Charles Tunnicliffe in the studio, 1974, photograph by Sean Hagerty (1929–2004), © Sean Hagerty, photo credit: Oriel Môn

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