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A new temporary exhibition is taking place in Wighton until the end of the year





A new temporary exhibition of stunning flower paintings, drawings, and etchings is taking place at the intriguing new art museum in North Norfolk.

The exhibition will be running from July 4 until December 21 and is devoted to the bold, distinctive work of American-born artist Alfred Cohen.

Alfred painted in Norfolk for the last two decades of a life devoted to art.

The School House in Wighton. Picture: Google Maps
The School House in Wighton. Picture: Google Maps

The museum incorporates his studios as he left them. Over 70 works are on permanent display from a career covering five decades.

The exhibition can be found at The School House in Wighton, Near Wells.

It is open from Tuesday-Sunday, 11.30am-5.30pm and is closed Mondays (except Bank Holidays).

It is free entry.

For more information phone 01328 820457 or email: admin@alfredcohen.org



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