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Produced on the occasion of his exhibition at Victoria Miro, London, Grayson Perry’s The Charms Of Lincolnshire represent the artist’s most notable attempt at reflecting on the theme of death in his art. The British artist, who reached world fame after he won the Turner Prize in 2003, is known also for his curatorial endeavours, which can also be seen in his Summer Exhibition, which he curated for the Royal Academy in London in 2018. In 2006, Victoria Miro, who represent the artist, asked him to put together a show where he thinks about the British countryside, where he grew up.