Hoyland Masterpiece Rescued From Destruction


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    Hoyland Masterpiece Rescued From Destruction By Sharpe Eyed Student

    An A Level art student was given a large canvass by a friend to use to paint over in his A Level year, it turned out to be a giant canvas by artist John Hoyland, values at £15.000 by Lyon & Turnbull for sale in their Fine Paintings Auction on December 1st 2010.

    Pictured is Elena Ratcheva, Painting Speciallist at Lyon & Turnbull

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