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Post  TonyK Sun 11 Sep - 8:15

Richard Quinn having a quite smoke at Limeburners Bay 15 or so years ago. He loved that place. Every time more of it was trashed while local authorites congratulated themselves on their efforts to preserve it his heart broke a little more.

Richard Quinn Rq_lim10

I'm booked in to give a speech about him at the opening of the Crown Lynn exhibition and then a floor talk the next day - there's so much to say but also the need to respect his family's right to privacy and his collections' opportunity to speak for themselves. Freeing Crown Lynnology from the willful ignorance and grasping machinations of the rag and bone merchants is a task beyond me.
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