At today’s Talent Incubation Network meeting, staff from Manchester Art Gallery gave a series of presentations about the Gallery’s collections, exhibitions and learning programmes, to an audience of early career researchers (including me) from universities across the region. I quote (more or less)…
‘In the 1920s the Gallery received a collection of English pottery from Thomas Greg, husband of Mary’.
The first time I have ever heard him described thus. Redressing the balance!
No disrespect intended to the venerable Thomas, but it’s nice to hear it the other way round for once.