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Kingfisher Trust donates Pictures to The Gambia Press Union


In a related development, the Kingfisher Trust last Thursday presented water cured paintings of Britain at the start of Industrial Revolution to the Gambia Press Union

The pictures were received on behalf Of the CPU by the Union's Chairman, Mr. Deyda Hydara. CPU's Secretary General, The Vice Chairman and The Administrator were also present.

Mr. Wezel was assured that the paintings would not only be for decoration but would he cherished as at-- treasures at the CPU Secretariat.

Most of the paintings depict landscapes, harvest' and the countryside as well as ordinary people out and about their day chores.

Certainly, they would be delight to artists and those with aesthetic tastes tor unspoilt beauty and extravagance in nature.

So impressed was the CPU Chairman that he suggested to Mr. Wezel to make some available to schools for the education and training of young Gambian artists.

The Founder of the Trust, Mr. Simon Wezel was accompanied to the CPU Secretariat by Mrs Wendy Alder, Chief Fundraiser for the Trust.

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