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31 August 2017 – Trip to Salford Art Gallery

We met at Salford Art Gallery and had lunch in the cafe there. We were not impressed with the temporary exhibition “Queues, Clogs and Redemption” about Wood Street Mission, which was featured on a stairway.

However, we were all fascinated by the 1904 painting “The Famine”. This haunting painting depicts a vision of a shrouded death surrounded by hungry wolves:

“Famine” by John Charles Dollman (1851 – 1934) at Salford Museum & Art Gallery

 

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