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In the late nineteenth century, it was rumoured that a travelling circus passed through the wastelands of Eastern Europe, offering a shelter from the winter storms – a haven of magic and mystery. It was widely reported that flocks of doves flew out of hats, spirits spoke of the future, beautiful acrobats vanished into mirrors – and audiences left bewildered and tingling, some of them quite unable to speak.

A part of the Portraits collection