Group    From 1885 

New English Art Club

Categories: Art

Founded as an alternate venue to the Royal Academy. Its first exhibition was mounted by young artists returning from their studies in Paris. The Impressionist style featured prominently. Famous exhibitors have included Walter Sickert and Augustus John.

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New English Art Club

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Charles McCall

Charles McCall, DAEdin, ROI, NEAC, 1907-1989, artist, lived and died here.

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László Moholy-Nagy

László Moholy-Nagy

Painter, photographer and film-maker. Born László Weisz in Bácsborsód, Hungary, he changed his surname to that of his mother's lawyer friend, (Wikipedia says maternal uncle) who had helped when the...

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1 memorial
Edward Armitage

Edward Armitage

Painter.  Born Tavistock Square and died Tunbridge Wells.  The picture is a self-portrait. On the Albert Hall frieze Armitage contributed two of the sixteen sections: 'Princes, Art Patrons and Art...

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1 memorial
Carrie Reichardt

Carrie Reichardt

Artist active in 2020 with a number of long-running projects, and involved in a number of campaigns. She is a long-time campaigner against the death penalty and communicated with Herman Wallace for...

Person, Art

24 memorials
Madam Bodichon

Madam Bodichon

Born Whatlington, near Robertsbridge, Sussex as Barbara Leigh Smith. Painter and women’s activist. Married the physician Eugène Bodichon in 1857. She set up the English Women’s Journal and led t...

Person, Art, Gender Issues

1 memorial
Sir Charles Eastlake

Sir Charles Eastlake

First Director of the National Gallery. President of the Royal Academy. First President of the Royal Photographic Society. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition. Born in Plymouth, son ...

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2 memorials