Honiton talk on travel art of the 1930s

PUBLISHED: 18:30 26 December 2012

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Honiton Decorative and Fine Art Society will be hosting a talk about art from the 1930s.

Dr Anthony Kelly will be presenting the talk with the theme of The Art of the Travel Poster in the 1930s.

It will be held at the Turks Lodge Motel, starting at 2.15pm, on Tuesday, January 8.

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