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The value for artists of drawing the work of others

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    Art - drawing

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  • Is part of (Collection)

    C466 / 1CD0342832

  • Interviewees

    Ackroyd, Norman (speaker, male), Farthing, Stephen (speaker, male), Hambling, Maggi (speaker, female), Rothenstein, Michael (speaker, male)

  • Speakers

    Gooding, Mel

  • Abstract

    Artists talk about the value of drawing the work of others. Speakers: Maggi Hambling, Norman Ackroyd [in at 01:08], Maggi Hambling [in at 03:13]; Stephen Farthing [in at 04:25]; and Michael Rothenstein [in at 08:19] Mel Gooding introduces the track and speakers.

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    This is a compilation of short extracts from life story oral history interview recorded by National Life Stories for the Artists' Lives project. They were published on a CD 'Connecting Lines' and the individual tracks have been grouped together into themed clusters.

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