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Indian botanical drawings

Indian botanical drawings discovered to be by three of the most renowned late 18th-century Indian painters – Sheikh Zain al-Din, Bhawani Das and Ram Das.

River view

Widgery is well-known throughout Devon for his extraordinary sketch collection - consisting of 500-600 works - which he bestowed upon the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in the occasion of his...

Exeter Canal below Exeter Cathedral

This watercolour shows the industrial buildings on the quayside in some detail. A local artist who specialised in watercolour, Enock lived at Dartmouth, Torquay and Newton Abbott and was known...

Woodbury Common, Devon

Widgery is well-known throughout Devon for his extraordinary sketch collection - consisting of 500-600 works - which he bestowed upon the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in the occasion of his...

Rhizophora Tenby 1854: barrel jellyfish

This beautiful watercolour by Philip Henry Gosse depicts another jellyfish that can be found off UK coasts. The barrel jellyfish (Rhizostoma octopus) is a seasonal visitor to our seas. ...

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Ben Enwonwu’s artistic education in the 1930s led to a scholarship that took him from Nigeria to Oxford and Goldsmith’s College and the Slade School of Fine Art in London....

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Enwonwu’s artistic education in the 1930s led to a scholarship that took him from Nigeria to Oxford and Goldsmith’s College and the Slade School of Fine Art in London. He...

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Nancy Stanfield lived in Nigeria from her marriage in 1948 until her husband’s retirement in 1967. She studied at the Royal College of Art in 1924-28. Stanfield was a lecturer...