Oxford artist Dorothy Megaw has been down the pub - to show off her latest artwork.

Ms Megaw, who sells her distinctive drawings and paintings of the city at a stall at Gloucester Green open air market, has linked up with The Grapes pub in George Street.

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The pub has agreed to display artwork from a collection entitled Oxford Gothic.

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Ms Megaw said she was 'delighted' with the opportunity to show off her pictures to a wider audience.

She began to paint the pictures when her father died, with one creation, May Morning, combining a story about her dad and the famous annual celebration.

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She said: “I began to paint these pictures when my father died, and after they were completed I found words tumbling onto the page as readily as the shapes on the canvas.”

The mini-exhibition, which has run for the past fortnight, is due to conclude this week.

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But fans of the artist's work will still have the opportunity to buy her prints at the stall in Gloucester Green.

The Grapes pub reopened following a revamp earlier this year after it was taken over by the West Berkshire Brewery.

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Bar staff member Jim Harris said: "It's been good to have Dorothy's pictures on the wall and our customers have been intrigued.

"This is the first time we have done this and we could do it again."

The open air market at Gloucester Green runs on Wednesday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday.

There are food stalls and stalls selling clothes, antiques, artworks, vinyl and other items.