Been here before long ago, and loved it then. This time I loved it even more, and praise must go to the charming witty stewards. Munnings' paintings are a favourite of mine anyway, but here, beautifully displayed in his home setting, they take on so much meaning. His horse and people paintings, his scratchings on the outhouse wall, his garden studio and personal possessions, all are fascinating. As for the scandal surrounding his first wife, I can't wait to buy the book and video "Summer in February". We watched the black and white TV interview with his widow which was very interesting, walked in the garden and some of our group took tea. Fascinating visit.
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