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City Hall - London Marathon 2003 by Graeme Lothian.


City Hall - London Marathon 2003 by Graeme Lothian.

One of the major sporting events held in the UK is the London Marathon, an event which attracts a host of world class athletes. This painting by Graeme Lothian brings together the sight and feel of this great London event.
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