Group    From 1988 

198 Gallery

Also known as 198 Contemporary Arts and Learning. An art space and gallery in Railton Road, Brixton that for more than three decades has had a strong commitment to diversity, equality and inclusion. Founded in 1988 as Roots Community.

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198 Gallery

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Soweto children

These sinewy figures expressively represent a mother and father in Soweto, th...

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Lady Lesley Jowitt

Lady Lesley Jowitt

Patron of the arts and Communist Party member. Born as Lesley Stewart McIntyre. Married William, the later Earl Jowitt, in 1913 thus becoming Viscountess Jowitt in 1940.  See Boris Anrep for detail...

Person, Art, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Anya Patel

Anya Patel

Artist.

Person, Art

1 memorial
Philip de Laszlo

Philip de Laszlo

Painter. Born Budapest.  In 1907 moved to London and stayed, though he often travelled for portrait commissions which included many royal families. His good relations with what became the enemy in...

Person, Art, Hungary

1 memorial
Sir Sidney Nolan

Sir Sidney Nolan

Artist. Born Sidney Robert Nolan in Carlton, Melbourne. He is best known for his paintings of Australian people, particularly Ned Kelly. He moved to London in 1951.

Person, Art, Australia

1 memorial