108 People in artist grouping:
Still active, and with its largest membership numbers, The London Group, created in 1913, continues to be the only democratically run artists' group to have spanned two centuries. Formed from members of The Camden Town Group and The Vorticists movement, the group was a reaction to The Royal Academy's dominance over the London art world, restricting artists in their ability to choose what they learnt in their classes, made and exhibited. The young original members in 1913 set out to radicalise the art scene, by giving artists access to affordable exhibition venues, where they could curate their own shows. The group flourished, and the 1960s-70s marked a golden era in their bid to revitalise the art world, as they became the group of choice for all new emerging artists, continuing to host affordable and popular shows.
Sitter in 4 portraits | Artist of 2 portraits
Sitter in 5 portraits | Artist of 1 portrait
Sitter in 24 portraits
Artist and illustrator
Sitter in 6 portraits
Sitter in 12 portraits
Sitter in 37 portraits | Artist of 5 portraits
Sitter in 3 portraits | Artist associated with 7 portraits
Painter; sister of Virginia Woolf
Sitter in 19 portraits | Artist associated with 14 portraits
Sitter in 9 portraits | Artist of 4 portraits
Sitter in 4 portraits
Painter and writer; Editor-in-chief of Art Quarterly
Sitter in 25 portraits | Artist of 3 portraits
Sitter in 3 portraits | Artist of 3 portraits
Artist and teacher
Sitter in 3 portraits
Painter, writer and administrator
Sitter in 1 portrait
Sitter in 17 portraits | Artist associated with 1 portrait
Sitter in 22 portraits
Painter, poet, jazz musician, silversmith and jeweller
Sitter in 5 portraits
Artist of 1 portrait
Sitter in 1 portrait | Artist of 1 portrait
Sitter in 18 portraits | Artist of 8 portraits
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