Jerwood Foundation

The Jerwood Foundation was established in 1977 by John Michael Jerwood, originally making donations principally to education and music. More recently, the Foundation's role has extended to support talented young people in the arts, education and heritage, mainly between the ages of twenty and thirty-five. The Jerwood Foundation is dedicated to imaginative and responsible funding and sponsorship of the arts, education, design, conservation, medicine, engineering, science and other areas of human endeavour and excellence.  

The Jerwood Foundation

 

The Jerwood Foundation has supported the commission of three portraits of significant young achievers in the arts for the National Portrait Gallery:

 

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Thomas Joseph Edmund Ades, by Philip Oliver Hale, 2002 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London; commissioned with help from the Jerwood Charitable Foundation through the Jerwood Portrait Commission, 2002

Thomas Joseph Edmund Ades
by Philip Oliver Hale
2002
NPG 6619

Akram Khan, by Darvish Fakhr, 2008 - NPG  - © National Portrait Gallery, London; commissioned with help from the Jerwood Charitable Foundation through the Jerwood Portrait Commission, 2008

Akram Khan
by Darvish Fakhr
2008
NPG 6847

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