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Tom speaking on @mustardtv_norfolk about our exciting new conservation project.
Fairhurst Gallery has taken delivery of a large John Moray-Smith artwork which has recently been acquired by the Norwich society from Caister Hall. The Norwich Society have bought this artwork for the city and once restored by Fairhurst Gallery they would like to find a permanent home for it, where it may be easily and freely viewed by the public.
We have kindly been given the opportunity to use the incredible @norwichshoe Space to use to work on the conservation of this artwork.
A very fitting environment for this 1930’s portrait of Norwich’s historic and industrial landscape.
John Moray-Smith studied at the Slade School of Art in London. Described by the Norwich Society as “Norwich’s most elusive and prolific public artist”

The work is a view of Norwich from Ketts Hill, showing its industrial and historic buildings, made in the 1930’s and fabricated from ‘concrete fondue’, it is 2.5 metres long and 1.5 metres high.
#norwich #industrial #landscape #concrete #1930s #artist #norwichlanes #norfolk #conservation #art #history #heritage #architecture #cityscape #cityscape #tv

Tom speaking on @mustardtv_norfolk about our exciting new conservation project.
Fairhurst Gallery has taken delivery of a large John Moray-Smith artwork which has recently been acquired by the Norwich society from Caister Hall. The Norwich Society have bought this artwork for the city and once restored by Fairhurst Gallery they would like to find a permanent home for it, where it may be easily and freely viewed by the public.
We have kindly been given the opportunity to use the incredible @norwichshoe Space to use to work on the conservation of this artwork.
A very fitting environment for this 1930’s portrait of Norwich’s historic and industrial landscape.
John Moray-Smith studied at the Slade School of Art in London. Described by the Norwich Society as “Norwich’s most elusive and prolific public artist”

The work is a view of Norwich from Ketts Hill, showing its industrial and historic buildings, made in the 1930’s and fabricated from ‘concrete fondue’, it is 2.5 metres long and 1.5 metres high.
#norwich #industrial #landscape #concrete #1930s #artist #norwichlanes #norfolk #conservation #art #history #heritage #architecture #cityscape #cityscape #tv

Tom speaking on @mustardtv_norfolk about our exciting new conservation project.
Fairhurst Gallery has taken delivery of a large John Moray-Smith artwork which has recently been acquired by the Norwich society from Caister Hall. The Norwich Society have bought this artwork for the city and once restored by Fairhurst Gallery they would like to find a permanent home for it, where it may be easily and freely viewed by the public.
We have kindly been given the opportunity to use the incredible @norwichshoe Space to use to work on the conservation of this artwork.
A very fitting environment for this 1930’s portrait of Norwich’s historic and industrial landscape.
John Moray-Smith studied at the Slade School of Art in London. Described by the Norwich Society as “Norwich’s most elusive and prolific public artist”

The work is a view of Norwich from Ketts Hill, showing its industrial and historic buildings, made in the 1930’s and fabricated from ‘concrete fondue’, it is 2.5 metres long and 1.5 metres high.
#norwich #industrial #landscape #concrete #1930s #artist #norwichlanes #norfolk #conservation #art #history #heritage #architecture #cityscape #cityscape #tv

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