Abstract art in line for the Turner prize

Picture perfect: Gillian Carnegie's Fleurs de Huile

Mark Glatman, former boss of Akeler and now head of Abstract Land, was surprised to find one of his treasured paintings plastered all over the national press last month when its painter was shortlisted for the Turner Prize 2005.

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