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Art critic with a difference.

VISITORS to Liverpool's Walker gallery today can join in free talks about the exhibition of George Stubbs paintings led by a very different art critic, in the hairy form of ``Cousin It'' from the Addams family.

The talks, at 2pm and 3pm, have been organised as part of the Liverpool Biennial 2004 by artist Lali Chetwynd, who will be acting as a translator for Cousin It and will field questions for him from the public. Cousin It will be talking about the animal paintings by Stubbs, including Molly Longlegs, The Lincolnshire Ox and Green Monkey.

Chetwynd said: ``I'm very interested in ideas of ugliness, my shows are fun and totally improvised''.

She is also currently exhibiting work in the Independent District of the Liverpool Biennial.
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Publication:Daily Post (Liverpool, England)
Date:Oct 2, 2004
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