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Orchestrations of Colour, by Jeff Hopewell

06 November 2020

Jeff Hopewell

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From Jeff Hopewell’s Orchestrations of Colour: The stained glass of Douglas Hamilton, examples of the artist’s work can be found at Wellpark Mid Kirk, Greenock, where a series of vignettes of local industry and the arts was funded by the War Damage Com­mission, and Blackridge Parish Church, West Lothian, where, in addition to the charging soldiers, the war-memorial glass acknowledges those who played their part on the Home Front: a miner, ploughman, quarryman, engineer, and housewife. The book (978-1-8380680-0-4) costs £19.95 from The Coplow Press, 23 Weare Close, Billes­don, Leicester LE7 9DY: cheques to J. S. Hopewell; p&p free in UK; or email coplowpress@gmail.com

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