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Art in Surrey: in the frame 2012

PUBLISHED: 19:03 26 September 2012 | UPDATED: 21:57 20 February 2013

DEC 2012: Having been closed for three years, Dorking Museum reopened its doors after refurbishment in October. To mark the occasion, In the Frame focuses on a beautiful Wedgwood plaque in their collection. Many readers will be aware of the Wedgwood connection to local estate Leith Hill Place – Charles Darwin was a regular visitor there as it was the home of his sister Caroline who had married Josiah Wedgwood – but Dorking Museum also has its own piece of history in its collections

DEC 2012: Having been closed for three years, Dorking Museum reopened its doors after refurbishment in October. To mark the occasion, In the Frame focuses on a beautiful Wedgwood plaque in their collection. Many readers will be aware of the Wedgwood connection to local estate Leith Hill Place – Charles Darwin was a regular visitor there as it was the home of his sister Caroline who had married Josiah Wedgwood – but Dorking Museum also has its own piece of history in its collections

In the frame is a monthly Surrey Life magazine feature uncovering Surrey's most interesting, important and simply unique publicly displayed artworks.

In the frame is a monthly Surrey Life magazine feature uncovering Surrey's most interesting, important and simply unique publicly displayed artworks. Send your nominations to feedback@surreylife.co.uk



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