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East Anglian Daily Times East Anglian Daily Times

Arts Editor Andrew Clarke talks to Suffolk Artist Hugo Grenville about his work and Open Studio exhibition, July 2005.

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Eastern Daily Press Eastern Daily Press

Article about Hugo’s participation as a guest on Midweek, the Radio 4 chat show hosted by Libby Purves.

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The Independent The Independent

Five years ago, the garden of his old Suffolk house was a wilderness. Now Hugo Grenville has transformed it into an idyllic backdrop for his artistic masterclasses.
By Fiona MacLeod

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Happy Valley Happy Valley

Six years ago, the Grenvilles gave up their Victorian house on the edge of a London park and moved into the Red House in the Waveney Valley. It was the start of a love affair with the Suffolk landscape, writes Marion Welham.

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Schooled at a Country House Easel Schooled at a Country House Easel

The wildly contrasting landscapes of the Outer Hebrides and a sleepy Suffolk village in the Waveney Valley hold a hidden attraction for painters. Both are settings for country houses whose owners have established two of the country’s most inspiring painting courses.
MARY MIERS picked up her paintbrushes.

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Close to Home Close to Home

Suffolk artist becomes observer of domesticity
By Andrew Clarke, Arts Editor

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