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Sleeping Fawn, (detail), 1913, green patinated bronze by Henri Gaudier-Brzeska (1891–1915), photo credit: Towner


Memorial Cairn to the Gress and Coll Raiders: Cuimhneachain nan Gaisgeach (Land Struggle Cairn). James Crawford and Will Maclean (b.1941) and John Norgrove. the copyright holders. Photo credit: Carsten Flieger / Art UK

James Crawford and Will Maclean (b.1941) and John Norgrove

Memorials of the heroes: remembering the land struggle on the Isle of Lewis

Andrew Eaton-Lewis looks at the island's powerful cultural landmarks.


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© Estate of Maud Sulter. All rights reserved, DACS 2021. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre, London


Passionate and political: centring black women in Maud Sulter's 'Zabat'

Sulter wove together poetry and politics across form and discipline.

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Sharing lives and visions in sculpture: William Lamb and Adam Christie

Montrose in Angus was the site of a Scottish arts renaissance.

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