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Artist in Focus: Alfred Wallis: Ships and Boats
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Part of our series of Thursday lunchtime talks connected to our current Artist in Focus display – talk by Ruth Scurr, Historian, University of Cambridge. Thursday lunchtime talks are free, start at 1.10pm and usually last 30 mins.
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