Person    | Female  Born 18/2/1933 

Yoko Ono

Categories: Art, Music / songs

Avant-garde artist, misician, peace activist, feminist. Born Japan. Met John Lennon when he visited a preview of her exhibition at the Indica Gallery at 6 Masons Yard, on 9 November 9, 1966.

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Yoko Ono

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John Lennon - Montagu Square

The plaque was unveiled by his widow, Yoko Ono.

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Oskar Kokoschka

Oskar Kokoschka

Painter. Born in Pöchlarn, Austria. He studied in Vienna and worked in Berlin for many years where he painted expressionist portraits and did illustrations for the periodical 'Der Sturm'. Branded a...

Person, Art, Austria, Czechoslovakia, Germany, Switzerland

1 memorial
Henry Hugh Armstead

Henry Hugh Armstead

Sculptor and illustrator. Born Bloomsbury. Executed a large number of public statues and funerary works, and worked closely with George Gilbert Scott on the Albert Memorial. Died at home 52 Circus ...

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Solomon Souza

Solomon Souza

Street artist, best known for spray painting portraits of contemporary and historical figures on the metal shutters of the Mahane Yehuda Market ("The Shuk") in Jerusalem, turning them into an after...

Person, Art

1 memorial
Johan Zoffany

Johan Zoffany

Artist. Born Johannes Josephus Zaufallij in Frankfurt. He came to England in 1760, and by 1764 he had the patronage of King George III and Queen Charlotte,  He was a founding member of the Royal Ac...

Person, Art, Germany

1 memorial
Thomas Rowlandson

Thomas Rowlandson

Artist and caricaturist. Born Old Jewry. Died 1 James Street. The picture, by Rowlandson, includes a self-portrait, on the left.

Person, Art

2 memorials