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COLOUR WORKS: MY BRITISH ARCHIVE THE 1980S AND 90S

Branxton, Northumberland. 1980’s<br />
Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool…   And one for the little boy, who lives down the lane. The Cement Menagerie was created by Outsider artist John Fairnington (1883-1981) and not started until he was in 80 years of age. The 300 concrete sculptures were created for the amusement his disabled son Edwin Fairnington.
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CEMENT CONCREATE MENAGERIE' BRANXTON NORTHUMBERLAND
Branxton, Northumberland. 1980’s
Baa Baa Black Sheep, have you any wool… And one for the little boy, who lives down the lane. The Cement Menagerie was created by Outsider artist John Fairnington (1883-1981) and not started until he was in 80 years of age. The 300 concrete sculptures were created for the amusement his disabled son Edwin Fairnington.

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From gallery: COLOUR WORKS: MY BRITISH ARCHIVE THE 1980S AND 90S
Source: HOMER SYKES
Date: 1 Nov 2011
Location: Branxton Northumberland UK
Credit: HOMER SYKES
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