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January

January’s featured work is The Window, a silk mosaic, by Lucienne Day

The Window by Lucienne Day

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February

To mark LGBT History Month 2018, this month’s featured work is ‘True Love BB62’ by Michael Petry

True Love BB62 by Michael Petry

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March

‘A Visit to the Boarding School’, a mezzotint after George Morland is this month’s featured work

A Visit to the Boarding School by George Morland

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April

The Featured Work for April is ‘The Race (eventually you must join in)’, a drawing by David Shrigley

The Race (eventually you must join in) by David Shrigley

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May

May’s Featured Work is ‘Wedding Jange II’, by painting by The Singh Twins

Wedding Jange II' by The Singh Twins

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June

June’s Featured Work is a watercolour by Joseph Nash depicting Queen Victoria’s sumptuous Private Sitting Room at Windsor Castle.

Windsor, the Queen's Private Sitting Room by Joseph Nash

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July

July’s Featured Work is Scene from Marlowe’s ‘Dr Faustus’ by Ithell Colquhoun

Scene from Marlowe's 'Dr Faustus' by Ithell Colquhoun

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August

‘Figure’, a wood sculpture by Northern Irish artist, Frederick Edward McWilliam, is this month’s Featured Work.

Figure by Frederick Edward McWilliam

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September

September’s Featured Work is Get Back In Your Shell Like by Emma Hart

Get Back In Your Shell Like by Emma Hart

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October

Our Featured Work this month is BENGAL TIGER VAN by Chila Kumari Singh Burman

BENGAL TIGER VAN - Raspberry Ripples, Chila’s Dad selling ice-cream on Freshfield Beach, Merseyside 1976 by Chila Kumari Singh Burman

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November

November’s featured work is The Tomb of Nathar Shah near Trichinopoly, a painting by Francis Swain Ward

The Tomb of Nathar Shah near Trichinopoly, a painting by Francis Swain Ward

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December

Waldella VI, an illuminated and brightly coloured sculptural work by David Batchelor, is December’s Featured Work

Waldella VI by David Batchelor