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Visual Artist, Tony Wade, worked with communities and visitors to National Trust's  Nostell Estate in Foulby near Wakefield to create 5 wall hangings celebrating Foulby born master clock maker and inventor of the martime chronometer, John Harrison.

​The project aimed to engage visitors with the impressive collections at Nostell and complement the present installation commissioned by the National Trust called Harrison's Garden by Luke Jerram, a ticking art installation of 2,000 clocks.

Nostell Priory
and Parkland
Clock Work for National Trust 1 Tony Wad
Clock Work for National Trust (detail) T
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