The Daily Telegraph magazine - The Nurseries of Art cover (18 August 1972)
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Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges - light wear
GODFATHERS OF HEROIN - Marseilles: a city of gangsters, "needle freaks" and heroin refining laboratories. Last week Frederick Forsyth explained how the heroin entering Europe and America passes through this harbour. Here he investigates the network behind the smuggling - an impenetrable organisation of Corsican mafiosi, ex-secret service men and hangers-on. How are the Narcotics Squads fighting them; can France and America effectively combine to smash the connection? Eight and a half pages
HOW GOOD A DRIVER ARE YOU? - Pullout section (driving competition 1972) 6 pages
NURSERIES OF ART: 3 - In 1886, Paul Gauguin, the former stockbroker, moved to Brittany because the living was cheap in that region. Once there, he responded to the barbaric candour and simplicity of its Christian images, as he was later to respond to the colours and shapes of the South Seas. In the third of his series on places that nourished important developments in modern art, Edward Mullins writes of the small Finistere town of Pont-Aven Two and three-quarter pages