Nicholson's building blocks

But much of the artist's work was bound up with architecture, from drawings of Siena city tower to his frequent framing of the rounded, abstract forms of nature with rational, rectilinear buildings. Whatever your reasons for going, this Cambridge exhibition of his work is definitely worth seeing.

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