Upton hopes to save master work

Upton House

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The National Trust is raising money for the conservation of one of the most important paintings in the much-admired fine art collection at Upton House, near Banbury.

The painting in question is The Massacre of the Innocents, from the workshop of Pieter Bruegel the Elder.

Painted in the mid 16th Century, it is one of the best versions of this painting ever created but has become badly damaged and is in need of extensive conservation work.


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