New Cuneo exhibition at SVR

Waterloo Station by Terence Cuneo
Exhibition at The Engine House focuses on the late Terence Cuneo
Published Mon, 2016-03-14 10:52

The Severn Valley Railway has announced the opening of its brand new exhibition: Terence Cuneo — the Man and His Mouse.

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Waterloo Station by Terence Cuneo

Located at The Engine House, the railway’s Visitor Centre at Highley, this exhibition brings together examples of the work of this talented artist and tells some of the stories connected with his life and his work.
Terence Cuneo - the Man and His Mouse also includes two original and very different paintings by this artist and a specially commissioned audio visual presentation which includes rare footage of this renowned artist at work.
The exhibition opens on 18 March to coincide with the start of the railway’s Spring Steam Gala and continues throughout the summer season.

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