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No exhibition focusing exclusively on the watercolours of Eric Ravilious has been mounted since the artist’s own lifetime in 1939, and now the Dulwich Picture Gallery is holding this long overdue display in six rooms full of fascinating work, amply covered by James Russell’s sumptuous companion to the exhibition.
We’re right back in the 1930s and the...
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