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Political storm brewing over British election artist's work

A Dublin-based art lecturer hired as the official artist for the British general election last May is at the centre of a political row after British parliament officials allegedly seized his paintings.

20th August, 2005

A Dublin-based art lecturer hired as the official artist for the British general election last May is at the centre of a political row after British parliament officials allegedly seized his paintings.

David Godbold who teaches at the NCAD in Dublin, claimed his drawings were taken by the officials in June when they heard rumours that the pictures were controversial in nature. Godbold claimed that the officials took the drawings from the office of his...

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