Anthony Earnshaw featured in The Yorkshire Post
As a struggling artist in the late 1960s, Anthony Earnshaw had handcrafted works in the dining room of a dark and dingy flat which would go on to earn him significant surrealist acclaim.
Now, some decades after his death, his widow has returned his work to the place where it was created, to hang above the fireplace in a now flourishing Italian restaurant.
To see his ideas returned to their birthplace, said Gail Earnshaw, feels a fitting tribute.
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