The Electrical Experience

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Nothing is known about his training as an artist but, between 1918 and 1937 he exhibited at the Grosvenor Gallery, ISSPG, New English Art Club, Royal Society of Portrait Painters, Royal Academy, Redfern Gallery, Royal Scottish Academy, Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts and at the Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool. Her debut collection of poetry, Unbelonging, was published by Salmon Poetry in 2013 and was shortlisted for the Shine/Strong Award 2014 for best debut collection.

Pages: 198

Publisher: Angus & Robertson Childrens (August 1989)

ISBN: 0207159912

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