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Old Tuesday 7th November 2017, 18:01   #1
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Ian Lewington doing his thing

I thought some of you would enjoy seeing this, if you haven't yet. I personally thought the original plates would be larger.
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both him and his brother are fantastic artists, love looking over their work in the bird fair at Rutland.
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Gracias Rafael.
He maligns himself when he states that he is not an artist, just an illustrator.
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