Person    | Male  Born 1965 

Robert Gordon McHarg III

Categories: Art, Museums / Libraries

Countries: Canada

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Robert Gordon McHarg III

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Joe Strummer underpass

There is one of these signs at each entrance to this subway, where Strummer u...

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Sir Noel Paton

Sir Noel Paton

Born Dunfermline, Scotland as Joseph Noel Paton. Painter. He first achieved success as a book illustrator. His early paintings heavily featured fairies, but in due course he became influenced by ...

Person, Art, Scotland

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Piet Mondrian

Piet Mondrian

Painter.  Born the Netherlands.  September 1938, avoiding the Nazis, he moved to Hampstead and, assisted by Ben Nicholson, rented a room in the house with the plaque.  He painted it white, includin...

Person, Art, Seriously Famous, Netherlands

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Peckham Shed

Peckham Shed

A theatre company run for children and young people aged five to seventeen years old. Originally set up by Chicken Shed, a similar theatre company based in Cockfosters.

Group, Art, Community / Clubs, Dance, Theatre

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David Bomberg

David Bomberg

Artist. Born David Garshen Bomberg in Birmingham. His family moved to the east end of London, and he studied at the Slade School of Art, where his fellow pupils included Mark Gertler and Stanley Sp...

Person, Art, France

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Mary Tourtel

Mary Tourtel

Author and artist. Born Mary Caldwell. She studied art and became a children's book illustrator. Her husband Herbert Tourtel, was news editor of the Daily Express. In 1920 the newspaper was looking...

Person, Art, Children, Literature

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