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For as long as anyone can remember, Mary Morris’s family have lived in and around Longtown, a small village on the edge of the Black Mountains, on the border between Herefordshire and Wales. Like many rural villages, it has changed enormously over the years. Once it had butcher’s and grocer’s shops and a garage. Now there is only the general stores with a Post Office inside, which is where she has worked as counter assistant for the past decade.
oil on board
H 97 x W 71 cm
on loan from the Royal Society of Portrait Painters
signature and date