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Diagrams Are A Girl's Best Friend

Artist Adam Dant has created a new print to celebrate the bicentenary of Florence Nightingale and to benefit Oxford Hospitals Charity.

Naive print of woman in dress and bonnet with lamp, text reads

'Diagrams Are A Girl's Best Friend' succinctly and colourfully commemorates Florence Nightingale's pioneering work as a statistician. This new limited edition print by artist Adam Dant, has been produced in anticipation of his collaboration with the University of Oxford's Department of Statistics to promote public engagement with statistics and infectious disease epidemiology.

Funds from the sale of this special print will support Oxford Hospitals Charity.

The prints are on sale for £125 each and have been produced in a limited edition of 100. Common to Adam Dant's unusual methods as a printmaker, the medium for the print was a piece of antique linoleum from the old Middlesex Hospital where Florence Nightingale worked as a nurse during the cholera outbreak in Broad Street, Soho in 1854.

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Art from the Heart

Stylised print of landscape

An online exhibition by Zuleika Gallery has been raising funds for Oxford Hospitals Charity.

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Oxfordshire's artistic community came together to support Oxford Hospitals Charity to help staff and patients with an online exhibition. The curated exhibition was selected from over 350 entries from 130 Oxfordshire painters, sculptors, ceramicists and printmakers.

25 percent of all sales are going to the charity, with some artists generously donating 100 percent of their sales.

Pictured: Rachel Gracey, 'The Parks 8'