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English Hedonists

Categories: History, Humour

Group

The artist Carrie Reichardt is part of this group, probably its main artist, "Mad in England" being her trademark.

2018: Via Facebook Carrie kindly confirmed that she had made this series for a commission for the Whitecross Street Art Party many years ago. We found some references to this event in July 2010 so, if it was a one-off, that must be the year that these plaques were erected.

2021: Since then we have found other English Hedonist plaques widely distributed across London. We think this EH is midway between history and an on-going art installation.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
English Hedonists

Creations i

Gordon of Greenwich

Gordon of Greenwich loved here. ***** English Hedonists Mad in England

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Mosaic House, front - Treatment Rooms

This project became known as the Treatment Rooms after a sign which came from...

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Priss Fotheringham

Priss Fotheringham, lived here and was ranked the second best whore in the ci...

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Samuel Baylis and the Radical Club

Samuel Baylis lived on Whitecross Street and was a founder of the Radical Clu...

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Treatment Rooms 2 - Carrie Reichardt

Carrie Reichardt, renegade potter and craftivist. English Hedonists Mad in En...

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Other Subjects

John Robert Daniel-Tyssen

John Robert Daniel-Tyssen

Brother of the lord of Hackney Manor, and manorial steward. His father's surname was Daniel and his mother's Tyssen, which suggests she was the one with the money.  In the mid-19th century the Tyss...

Person, History, Politics & Administration

1 memorial
Submarine War Memorial - 70th anniversary

Submarine War Memorial - 70th anniversary

The memorial has been maintained by the Submariners' Old Comrades, London.

Event, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
David Bieda

David Bieda

2022: The Seven Dials Trust has a page about Bieda, including: "David has chaired the Seven Dials Trust since its inception in 1984. David also serves on the committees of the Soho Society, the Mus...

Person, Community / Clubs, History

1 memorial
50th anniversary of VJ Day

50th anniversary of VJ Day

The surrender of Japan was announced in Japan (USA, Europe, etc.) on 14 (15) August 1945 and effectively ended WW2. The paperwork was done two weeks later on 2 September. All three dates are someti...

Event, History

3 memorials
William Richard Lethaby

William Richard Lethaby

Born Barnstaple, Devon. Architect, in the arts and crafts style, and writer on archaeology and medieval art. First Principle of the Central School of Arts & Crafts.  The Lethaby gallery at the ...

Person, Architecture, Art, History

3 memorials