Anthony Michell Howard
14 of 75 portraits matching these criteria:
- medium type 'drawing'
- 'Recent Acquisition'
Anthony Michell Howard
by Martin Rowson
pen and ink, 23 November 2000
11 3/4 in. x 8 1/4 in. (297 mm x 210 mm) overall
Given by Martin Rowson and Corus Hotels, 2021
Sitterback to top
- Anthony Michell Howard (1934-2010), Journalist, broadcaster and writer. Sitter in 1 portrait.
Artistback to top
- Martin Rowson (1959-), Cartoonist. Artist or producer of 65 portraits, Sitter in 2 portraits.
Placesback to top
- Place made and portrayed: United Kingdom: England, London (Gay Hussar Restaurant, 2 Greek Street, Soho, London)
Events of 2000back to top
Current affairsThe world celebrates the start of a new millennium. Britain marks the occasion with a series of new buildings and landmarks including the Millennium Dome, the London Eye, the Millennium Bridge, and the Millennium Stadium. While the Dome was criticised by politicians and the public for wasting public funds, and the Bridge suffered initial stability problems, other projects have become major landscape and public attractions.
Art and scienceTate Modern opens as a national gallery of international modern art under the directorship of Nicholas Serota. The gallery, housed in the former Bankside Power Station, took the novel step of arranging the collection by theme rather than chronologically. As well as the collection galleries, Tate Modern has two large temporary exhibition spaces, and commissions installation projects for the enormous Turbine Hall.
InternationalBritish troops are deployed to Sierra Leone to establish order and evacuate foreign nationals from the country torn apart by civil war. Following a ceasefire President Kabbah declared the civil war officially over in 2002.
George W. Bush becomes President of the United States after a close election where he lost the popular vote, but won the electoral vote thanks to a controversial Supreme Court decision on Florida.
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