The art of peace goes on show in Bradford

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An exhibition of one of the Peace movement’s most prolific artists has opened at Bradford Peace Museum.

‘Margaret Glover – Images of Peace’ features the artists work documenting anti-war marches, peace conferences and images of peacemakers, and runs until April.

The free exhibition features a mix of artwork and preparatory sketches documenting the history of the peace movement.

Lauren Padgett, collections and education intern at The Peace Museum, said: “Glover’s artwork is also brilliant in its own right as pieces of art.”

The Peace Museum, at Piece Hall Yard opposite Waterstones, is open to the public Wednesday to Friday from 10am to 4pm.

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