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Harrow Arts Centre offers talk on Harrow soldier, poet and painter, David Jones
The achievements of a First World War soldier, poet and painter from Harrow will be the subject of a talk at Harrow Arts Centre on Saturday.
Jonathan Hutchins will speak about David Jones in the Belmont Room of the Uxbridge Road centre from 2pm until 4.30pm.
Mr Jones, who lived from 1895 until 1974, painted watercolours of animals, landscapes and religious subjects.
He was also a poet and his most famous work, In Parenthesis, was considered by WH Auden to be the best long poem written in English in the twentieth century.
The talk costs £2 for non-members of the Harrow Arts Centre.