Group    From 1930 

Society of Industrial Artists and Designers

Categories: Art, Industry

First conceived during 1929 as the Society of Industrial Artists with an inaugural meeting at Ye Olde Cock Tavern, Fleet Street, 1930. 1960 - changed name to the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers. Incorporated by Royal Charter in 1976. 1986 changed name to the Chartered Society of Designers.

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Society of Industrial Artists and Designers

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Society of Industrial Artists and Designers

In this tavern the Society of Industrial Artists and Designers, founded 1930,...

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George Baxter

George Baxter

Artist and craftsman. Born Lewes. 1825 moved to London and married his cousin Mary Harrild. He invented a commercially viable colour printing process, producing prints of religious and topical subj...

Person, Art, Commerce, Craft / Design, Tragedy

3 memorials
Art in the Park

Art in the Park

Art in the Park is a charity devoted to enriching Londoners' lives and environment through visual arts. They run art and performance based education and training workshops, and are involved in comm...

Group, Art, Gardens / Agriculture, Philanthropy

1 memorial
Sir Gerald Kelly

Sir Gerald Kelly

Portrait painter. Born Paddington. Died at home, 117 Gloucester Place. In the picture Kelly is the short man in specs.

Person, Art

3 memorials
Francis Barraud

Francis Barraud

Painter.  Born London. Son of Henry, also an artist, and brother to Mark, a theatre scenery painter, whose dog he (possibly with another brother, Philip) looked after following Mark's death in 1887...

Person, Art

1 memorial
Terence Tenison Cuneo

Terence Tenison Cuneo

From San Francisco Sentinal : "The statue was erected for Terrence in honor of his most favored subject matter: trains and railways. Terrence Cuneo, like his father, became a celebrated painter and...

Person, Art, USA

1 memorial