Peter Stuyvesant Northern painters and sculptors open exhibition 1974.



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Catalogue of an exhibition organised by the Sunderland Arts Centre for he Peter Stuyvesant Foundation, Northern Arts and the Wearmouth 1300 Festival from 4 May-2 June 1974 at the centre and Sunderland Art Gallery.

ContributionsSunderland Arts Centre., Sunderland Art Gallery., Peter Stuyvesant Foundation.
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Open LibraryOL18871097M

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