Housed in a 17th-century barn, this is Nolan’s last studio and the only one to remain in situ.

It contains well over 1,000 items. Cans of his favourite spray paints, stocks of dry pigment to be mixed with the ‘new’ white glue, PVA, alkyd gel medium and tins of household enamel, a material Nolan used throughout his career, still line the studio shelves. The flat bench that he worked from is covered in paint brushes, spatulas and paint tins as if poised for another painting session.