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In the early 1930s, the artist Clare Leighton began work on a sequence of wood engravings depicting traditional farming in England over the course of a year. The result was The Farmer’s Year.
This was the first book that Leighton wrote, illustrated and designed and remains her most celebrated work, a unique and beautiful record of the toil and triumphs of farm workers before the Second World War and mechanisation changed the countryside for ever.