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Cutting from "Cockerell" by Wilfrid Blunt re Lockett Agnew
An extract taken from Wilfrid Blunt's "Cockerell" (published 1964) with a reference to Lockett Agnew's death, Charles Fairfax Murray and a bronze-gilt statuette of David by Donatello.
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