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PETER CEREDIG-EVANS

t three years of age, Peter Ceredig-Evans’ father created him an easel. When he was unable to get Peter away from it, it became clear he had a great interest in drawing. When he was older, and after seeing “Picasso’s work in Barcelona and Van Gogh’s vivid and textured paintings in London”, Peter decided he wanted

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