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Artist and his public ministry of works

Nicholas Cranfield sees an exhibition about a little-remembered 20th-century British painter and illustrator



A GREEK farmer, who was a great lover of all things Mycenaean, led two archaeologists, Konstantinos Kourouniotis and Carl Blegen, to a hill site inland from the bay of Navarino, on the west coast of the Peloponnese, in 1938. He reckoned this was "sandy Pylos" at the heart of the fabled Homeric kingdom of King Nestor.

The following year, the first trial trench at Epano Englianos, which had to be cut in such a way ...

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