The Riverside Gallery at the Old Town Hall, Richmond is hosting an exhibition of work by mid-20th century artist, Charles Mozley. Mozley, who lived in Richmond for 20 years, was part of the English Romantic movement. During the WWII, he worked in camouflage along with other artists, such as Edward Seago. The exhibition will include previously unseen oil paintings, lithographs and illustrations, as well as water colour sketches of Italy, France and Germany. The exhibition runs until 18th November.