Recent exhibitions at the William Morris Gallery have emphasised Frank Brangwyn's international connections; his interest in Belgium, his journeys through Europe and South Africa, and his passion for Japanese art. But these interests are reflective of the opportunities offered by London, the city in which he lived. This display at the William Morris Gallery focuses on Brangwyn's relationship with the capital; where he learnt his trade and how its energy drove his work.
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