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Southbank Mosaics / London School of Mosaic

Southbank Mosaics actively promotes equal opportunities and cross-cultural, inter-generational mosaic art work. The studio aims to draw on the historic roots of local neighbourhoods traversed by Shakespeare, Blake and Dickens, and more recently by Charlie Chaplin, Bob Marley, Daley Thompson and Imran Khan - to name but a few.
The picture source website has a map giving the locations of many of their installations.

Our image came from the website years ago but since they changed their name to London School of Mosaic so has the website name, now lsomosaic.com

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Southbank Mosaics / London School of Mosaic

Creations Information

Chaplin mosaics 1

Southbank Mosaics

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Dave Squires

Dave Squires, 1949 - 2009, much loved street sweeper. Southbankmosaics Suppor...

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Morley Mosaics - KEW - Annie McCall

Dr Annie McCall, born 1859. Annie founded the Clapham Maternity Hospital and ...

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Heather Rabbatts

Heather Rabbatts, born 1955. Heather was a Jamaican born British lawyer, busi...

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Morley mosaics - KEW - Hester Thrale

Hester Thrale, born 1741. Hester was a colourful member of London society, no...

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Other Subjects

Alfred Bestall

Alfred Bestall

Author and illustrator. Born Alfred Edmeades Bestall in Mandalay, Burma. He served in the army during World War 1, transporting troops in red double-decker buses. Following his studies at the L.C.C...

Person, Art, Children, Literature, Burma, Wales

1 memorial
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 Putne...

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

3 memorials
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
Victor Weisz

Victor Weisz

Born Berlin. As a left-wing Jew he decided to leave Germany as Hitler rose to power. Signed himself "Vicky". Click on external site for more information and to see some of his work. Committed s...

Person, Art, Germany

1 memorial
Bloomsbury Group

Bloomsbury Group

An influential group of artists and writers who were friends during the first half of the 20th century. Our picture shows: Auberon Duckworth; Duncan Grant; Julian Bell; Leonard Woolf, and front: Vi...

Group, Art, Literature, Seriously Famous

3 memorials