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During 2000, members of the public were asked whom they would choose to have a portrait painted of. The overwhelming choice of the majority was Mike Stentiford, MBE. Mike Stentiford is well known locally as a keen and enthusiastic environmentalist. It was for his work educating people about the local countryside and its inhabitants that Mike was awarded an MBE in the Queen’s Millennium Honours List.
oil on linen
H 100 x W 138 cm
PHILIP HARRIS 2001