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Armley Mills Industrial Museum, painting by Pete Lapish (Armley)
Colour imagec1986. This painting by Pete Lapish shows part of Armley Mills, now Leeds Industrial Museum, seen from across the River Aire. Previously owned by Benjamin Gott then Bentley and Tempest, the mills had closed in 1969, and after being bought by Leeds City Council were opened as a museum in 1982.
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Armley Mills Industrial Museum, painting by Pete Lapish (Armley)
Colour imagec1986. Painting by Pete Lapish showing Armley Mills Industrial Museum from the Leeds and Liverpool Canal, with the railway viaduct seen behind. The view looks across Burley to Woodhouse in the distance, where the tower of the Parkinson Building of Leeds University can be seen on the horizon.
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Art Gallery, interior view, Arnold and Marjorie Ziff Gallery (City Centre)
Colour image20th November 2007. View of the Arnold and Marjorie Ziff Gallery in Leeds City Art Gallery, which features paintings from 1800 to 1900.
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Becketts Park Crescent, garden, painting by Pete Lapish (Headingley)
Colour imagec1995. View shows artist Pete Lapish's impression of the back garden of no. 83 Becketts Park Crescent, his home at the time. A dome-shaped greenhouse is in the centre with a pond in front. The view looks from the house towards no. 57 Becketts Park Drive, the white building to the left. Further back on the right are houses on St. Chad's Grove, with the spire of St. Chad's Church visible behind.
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Bridge End, drawing by Pete Lapish (City Centre)
Black & White imagec1930. Pencil drawing by Pete Lapish intended to be the basis for a painting, but it was never painted in the end. It shows Bridge End seen from Meadow Lane, looking across Leeds Bridge over the River Aire, and beyond to Lower Briggate where the railway bridge crosses overhead. The spire of Holy Trinity Church is seen in the background. At the bottom left is Allans Ltd., house furnishers, at no. 24 Bridge End.
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