The Black Art on the Isle of Wight – Julia Margaret Cameron

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  1. I love Dimbola Lodge! I was paying fairly frequent visits to the Isle of Wight some years ago, when they were just starting to restore it from a derelict wreck, and each time I went, another room had opened. It was very exciting to see history being reclaimed there, and fabulous to know it is now thriving (and yes, I remember the tea-room as being pretty amazing too!) Must go back again myself sometime…

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    1. Hi Debbie
      Yes, it feels very personal and you can tell all the volunteer attendants really love the place. Also impressed by the contemporary exhibitions, currently lots of amazing photos of Paris and Berlin 1930- 1960 or thereabouts.

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