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Oil painting by P S Smith showing a view of three roads. One curves round to the left. The second passed over the third road. The back of a lorry can be seen on the road.
Etching by Chris Plowman showing everyday objects such as metal cheese graters, pens and corkskrews, which have been used to depict a cityscape
Screenprint by Brendan Neiland showing reflected buildings in which tall office buildings are reflected in the glass windows of another office building
Lithograph by J Thomas showing a view of Dudley
Oil painting by Charles Leaver showing a view of Halesowen from the Birmingham Road. The church can be seen in the centre.
Oil painting by H L I Pratt showing a view of Wordsley from Dob Hill. The town sits in the valley. Three glass cones dominate the skyline of the town.
Mezzotint by Sir Frank Short showing a rural scene in the Campagna. A figure kneels over a small pool of water beside a tree. In the distance the buildings of the town can be seen.
Watercolour painting by Richard Thornton showing the canal lock at King's Norton with trees and buildings in the background.
Watercolour painting by R L Whitehouse showing a boatyard with a bridge over the canal. Buildings stand at side of canal. Industrial chimneys in background.
Watercolour painting by James Priddey showing a view of St Paul's Churchyard, Birmingham. A bench sits near the grave headstones. Buildings surround the churchyard.
Oil painting by Dr Milson McQueen showing a view of Halesowen from Highfield Lane. Crowds of people can be seen in the foreground. The town is visible in the distance.
Watercolour painting showing the junction of the Birmingham Canal with the Stourbridge Extension, at Nine Locks, The Delph, Brierley Hill. Factories can be seen on the right and in the distance.
Watercolour painting by T E Francis showing a view of Wallingford. A river is in the forground and a bridge leads to the church
Watercolour painting by Sir Alfred East showing a native scene with a group of people sat on the steps which surround a bell tower.
Watercolour painting by Paul Sandby showing a park scene with a church in the distance