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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John Linnell

John Linnell

Painter of landscapes and portraits. The picture is a self-portrait. Born London. Patron to William Blake. Daughter married Samuel Palmer, the painter.

Person, Art

1 memorial
Max Beerbohm

Max Beerbohm

Caricaturist and writer. Born 57 Palace Gardens Terrace, Kensington. In the Oscar Wilde circle of friends. He became successful and famous at aged 24, but never rich. Half brother and cousin to He...

Person, Art, Literature

2 memorials
Winifred Turner

Winifred Turner

Sculptor. Born London, daughter of Alfred. From our Picture source, Sotherbys: "With her head turned and her legs elegantly crossed, Thought is carefully balanced in taut and balletic pose. ... Win...

Person, Art

2 memorials
Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Dante Gabriel Rossetti

Poet & painter. Born 38 Charlotte Street, son of an Italian political refugee and Professor of Italian (with a bit of a thing about Dante). Brother to Christina. Their mother was brother to Dr ...

Person, Art, Poetry

4 memorials
Edward Lear

Edward Lear

Born Bowman's Lodge, (now Bowman's Mews), the penultimate of 21 children. Artist and writer of nonsense works, such as The Owl and the Pussycat, and limericks, e.g. There was an old person of Putn...

Person, Art, Literature, Poetry, Seriously Famous, Italy

3 memorials