Room with a View

An opening reception for "The Paintings of Winston Churchill" was held at the Mildred Lane Kemper Art Museum Nov. 13, 2015. Among the patrons viewing the work were Edwina Sandys (in blue), Churchill’s granddaughter and herself an artist with three large sculptures in Missouri – one in Rolla, one at Monsanto and one at the Churchill Museum in Fulton. With Sandys are Sandra Trout (left) and John Weil. To see this and more images from in and around the WashU campuses, visit THE VIEW FROM HERE.​​


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