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Hubert Leslie range at the National Portrait Gallery

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The National Portrait Gallery has produced a new range of products based around the work of Hubert Leslie. Though not a household name, Leslie is known for the cut-paper silhouettes he produced while working on Brighton Pier between the war. 

The product range includes notebooks, mugs and trays based on his striking silhouettes, There's also a couple of badges available featuring two of his most well-known portraits – Anita Loos and opera star Leo Sheffield. 

Prices start at £3 for the stick-it notes pictured. 

See the range online

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