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The Victoria & Albert Museum may be strapped for cash, but it can’t be accused of neglecting classic artworks. Seven Raphael tapestry cartoons which have been under wraps since 1992 will be on show after 19 October.

The Victoria & Albert Museum may be strapped for cash, but it can’t be accused of neglecting classic artworks. Seven Raphael tapestry cartoons which have been under wraps since 1992 will be on show after 19 October. The Raphael Gallery has been redesigned by acclaimed architect Michael Hopkins and Partners and lit by US group George Sexton Associates. Shown here is The Miraculous Draught of Fishes, a biblical scene featuring Christ and Peter.

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