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It’s always wonderful to happen across little treasures that others have thrown away/forgotten/left behind. Today I picked up a 1944 hardback book How to Draw Trees by artist Gregory Brown. The dust jacket is rather tatty but otherwise the book is in good condition. Seems like it was one of his last works?

treesI had never knowingly heard of him before but if he is the same artist that produced the lovely tree posters for the London Underground in the early part of the 20th century then I would have seen his work before now.



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