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  Peggy Angus Tuesday 17 December 2002  
Peggy Angus was an artist, a committed teacher, and a highly inventive flat patten designer. Her tiles and wallpapers brought colour to post-war homes across the country as well as many important public buildings.

A new exhibition which has just opened at the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture in North London examins her life and her designs.
Corinne Julius visited the exhibition with it's curator Katie Arber and met Phillipa Threlfall, a specialist in decorative relief ceramics who taught with Peggy Angus.
The exhibition at the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture continues until 5 January 2003


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