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Our work of the week is William Scott’s Message Obscure I which is now on display at the Fitzwilliam Museum in ‘Being Modern’. For the first time the work will be displayed alongside Message Obscure II from the Fitzwilliam Museum collection (both 1965).

Our work of the week is William Scott’s Message Obscure I which is now on display at the Fitzwilliam Museum in ‘Being Modern’. For the first time the work will be displayed alongside Message Obscure II from the Fitzwilliam Museum collection (both

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Günter Haring 1997 Collected streetsigns from East-Berlin before the wall fall down.

This cut glass monstrance is circa 1815 and on the oval body of it you can see a sulphide inclusion of the Madonna and Child.

Work of the week: Monstrance – Kettle's Yard

Untitled by Roger Hilton

Roger Hilton was a British abstract expressionist painter of German extraction. May 1961 Untitled, 1956 Oil on Canvas x cms x in) via Untitled by Roger Hilton October 1955 by Roger Hilton was sold for at

Scott Bergey, Whaterver Floats Your Boat on ArtStack #scott-bergey #art

"Whatever Floats Your Boat" Abstract acrylic on paper by Scott Bergey. Pale earth tones with black dots down the center. X SaatchiArt

Our work of the week is 1930 (plate, cup and jug) by Ben Nicholson which is currently on show in the Fitzwilliam Museum Beauty & Balance display.

Our work of the week is 1930 (plate, cup and jug) by Ben Nicholson which is currently on show in the Fitzwilliam Museum Beauty & Balance display.

William Scott, R.A. (1913-1989) | Untitled, 1961

William Scott, R.A. (1913-1989) | Untitled, 1961

William Scott, Blue and White, 1973, Oil on canvas, 61.5 × 61.4 cm / 24¼ × 24¼ in, Private collection

William Scott, Blue and White, Oil on canvas, × cm / × in, Private collection

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