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An Artist Looks at Churches

UK, 1960 (MIFF 1961, Programme 27)

Director: John Taylor

An artist's impression of the architecture and decoration of British churches through the ages. It is shown that the portrayal of the human face and figure has been a source of inspiration to those who have contributed to the design of the churches.

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