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I have just heard that ALAN BARNES, a former friend and colleague from the University of Derby died last week. He was an original thinker and researcher in the history of art and was particularly interested in the history of photography. The funeral is at 12.30 on 10 June at Trent Valley Crematorium near Derby. Can you please pass on this sad news to those you think should know. Thanks.

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Comment by David Gepp on June 3, 2019 at 12:13

I was taught by Dr. Alan Barnes at Derby in 1979-80.                                                                                                 He was an enthusiastic and superbly knowledgeable tutor, and I shall always be grateful to him for introducing me to the life and work of George Davison, the anarchist, philanthropist founder of The Linked Ring, who remains an inspiration. Alan was also an all round nice guy - I'm greatly saddened to hear that he has left us.

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