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Jerwood Gallery in Hastings puts never-seen artworks on display

31 January 2014 Last updated at 18:39 GMT

An art gallery in East Sussex has put its collection of artworks, some never seen by the public, on show.

The Jerwood Gallery in Hastings is displaying artworks including The Bather by Christopher Wood and early St Ives painter Alfred Wallis.

Robin Gibson spoke to gallery director Liz Gilmore, assistant curator Victoria Howarth, and Jerwood Trust chairman David Pennock.

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