The Daily Telegraph magazine - 15 October 1971 Good condition for age - yellowing to page edges
SALVATION AND A BONE RING - Guided through an "incurable" madness at the experimental centre of Kingsley Hall, Mary Barnes has emerged as a primitive painter of considerable talent. Robert Leigh reports on how this remarkable recovery was achieved 1¾ pages
THE BAKHTIARIS - An exclusive story on the adventurous journey of a 20th century nomadic tribe 12½ pages
THE CIRRUS IS BORN - Today we announce the winners of the first British Styling Competition, launched last year by this magazine and The Institute of British Carriage and Automobile Manufacturers to encourage styling talent. The winning car, the Cirrus a 2+2 GT designed by Michael Moore, of Coventry, will be built and shown at the Motor Show next year 3½ pages
90 YEARS IN THE LIFE OF AN ARTIST - Pablo Picasso has made the greatest single contribution to art this century. At 90 his output is still prolific. Here Sir Roland Penrose, friend and biographer, selects some paintings which have been milestones in his work 4½ pages
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