To accompany ‘David Bomberg: A Sense of Place‘, the latest display concentrates on the surroundings of Ravilious’ homes in Sussex, Essex and London. With scenes of the Thames at Hammersmith, the settings of Great Bradfield and Castle Hedingham and views across the South Downs, visitors can take in Ravilious’ own sense of place. Read more.
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