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Jim Cadbury-Brown was a key figure in British modernism

I never worked for ‘Jim’ (Henry Thomas) Cadbury-Brown, and so didn’t have that kind of intimacy of collaboration, but I knew him for about 30 years and, with Alan Powers, put on the exhibition of his work at the Royal Academy called Elegant Variation in 2006, and contributed to the monograph published at that time

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