One of Banksy's oldest London murals has been unveiled in Notting Hill

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One of Banksy's oldest London murals has been unveiled in Notting Hill

One of Banksy's oldest surviving London Murals has been unveiled in Notting HIll, after being restored and protected. The 7ft by 14 ft Painter, was originally created in 2008, and appeared on a corner in Portobello Road. the building was bought by developers, with the artwork covered over during a major regeneration - but it is now once again on show for people to see.

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