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  • Small oil on board painted some time before the first World War.  It is a well observed picture of a bustling Piccadilly Circus, seen late at night with people thronging to and from theatres and bars. A gorgeous night scene that really captures the hubbub and fun of Central London at the turn of the century. An unusual subject for this well-renowned artist who was most known for his scenes of Paris and the South of France.

    Guy Edward Broun-Morrison, "Piccadilly Circus"

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