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November 22, 2019 - The Telegraph

Cambridge University students cry fowl over 17th century painting that upsets vegetarians

Cambridge University students cry fowl over 17th century painting that upsets vegetarians
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Some Cambridge University students might consider it a privilege to eat beneath a 17th century oil painting. But not if the students are vegetarian or vegan, and the work features animals bound for the dinner table.

The Fowl Market, from the studio of the 16th century Flemish artist Frans Snyders, has been removed from the dining room of Hughes Hall following complaints that it was putting non-meat-eaters off their food.

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