Fine Arts: Scooping the competition for a good cause

The Scoop Foundation’s latest auction of pieces donated by artists features Richard Hearns’s eye-catching Fire Island

17th May, 2020
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Richard Hearns’s Fire Island explores the geological character of Lanzarote

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