The cover of the 2011 Glyndebourne Festival programme is a far cry from the English pastoralities of bygone years.
It’s by Grayson Perry, the cross-dressing, Turner-winning potter, and it takes off more frocks than it dons.
Indecorous, in parts, and richly self-mocking in a post-modern way, it was unveiled a few minutes ago on twitter.
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