Maggie Glover: Painter of honest portraits

David Griffiths reviews an exhibition at The Peace Museum, Bradford

Left: ‘Nuclear Free Air, Land & Sea’ scene from a CND rally in 1989. | Photo: Right: Drawing of Paul Oestreicher speaking at a Quaker Peace Service regional gathering in 1990.

Through her art, the late Margaret Glover interpreted and celebrated a lifelong commitment to peace. This exhibition includes some newly acquired pieces, and leads you to become aware of the considerable historical and political experience of her witness and engagement with the peace movement during her lifetime.

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