Mobile Art 1964

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    Keston, Kent.

    Artist Nicholas Treadwell takes his paintings round in a mobile art gallery. M/S Mr and Mrs Treadwell carrying paintings from a caravan into a converted furniture removal van, now a mobile art gallery. They drive off through town and stop outside some houses.

    Nicholas knocks on the door and a woman comes out and goes into the van to have a look. An older woman refuses the offer. M/S inside the van with various shots of the paintings on the wall and people looking at them. A woman buys a painting and we see her putting it on the wall of her study and sitting down.

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    British Pathé
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    01:22:25:00 / 01:24:58:00
    CP 481
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    CP 481
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