Watercolours

Little did we know, when we recommended the Tate’s Watercolour exhibition earlier this month, that mention would be made of Bethlem Hospital on BBC1’s documentary Sheila Hancock Brushes Up: The Art of Watercolours (available to UK viewers via iPlayer). Regular returners to this blog may expect to read about two of the people Hancock mentions in connection with the Hospital (John Cozens and the mother of J.M.W. Turner) in our In the Spotlight series of posts later this year. In the meantime, be warned: the documentary is only available to view on iPlayer until this coming Sunday!

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