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Take One Picture

'Men of the Docks' was the focus of our Take One Picture scheme, which saw primary school children respond creatively to Bellows's painting.

Chosen for the cross-curricular themes and subjects which can be explored, children from 37 different primary schools created works inspired by the painting, from model ships and polluted cityscapes to letters home. 

Explore the children's works online

Take One Picture

Learn about our nationwide programme for primary schools
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