Turner and the East Kent coast

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Hawkins, B. 1998. Turner and the East Kent coast. Herne Bay Museum
CreatorsHawkins, B.
Date1998
Exhibition titleTurner and the East Coast
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Deposited11 May 2011
CompletedMay 1998
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