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The four feet by three oil painting by Alastair Adams, President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, is a dramatic close-up of Mr Blair who is remembered for transforming the Labour Party, initiating vast public sector reform, negotiating the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland and taking the country into bloody conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr Blair sat for the painter during the spring of 2011 at his home in Buckinghamshire and according to the gallery the resulting work…

The four feet by three oil painting by Alastair Adams, President of the Royal Society of Portrait Painters, is a dramatic close-up of Mr Blair who is remembered for transforming the Labour Party, initiating vast public sector reform, negotiating the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland and taking the country into bloody conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. Mr Blair sat for the painter during the spring of 2011 at his home in Buckinghamshire and according to the gallery the resulting work…

The Viceroys Daughters -The Lives of the Curzon Sisters by Anne de Courcy

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The Viceroys Daughters -The Lives of the Curzon Sisters by Anne de Courcy

E. McKnight Kauffer’s life was as extraordinary as his name is unique. Born December 1890 in Great Falls, Montana, Kauffer grew up poor in Evansville, Indiana, the birthplace of his father, a traveling musician who was often on the road. When he was three his parents divorced and Kauffer was placed

E. McKnight Kauffer’s life was as extraordinary as his name is unique. Born December 1890 in Great Falls, Montana, Kauffer grew up poor in Evansville, Indiana, the birthplace of his father, a traveling musician who was often on the road. When he was three his parents divorced and Kauffer was placed

The lack of female genitals in art seems thoughtless until you see it repeated | Syreeta McFadden | Comment is free | The Guardian

The lack of female genitals in art seems thoughtless until you see it repeated

The lack of female genitals in art seems thoughtless until you see it repeated | Syreeta McFadden | Comment is free | The Guardian

G. Spencer-Pryse (1910), Labour poster for the 1910 General elections. V&A E.3140-1913.  Prints & Drawings Study Room, room 514, case PR, shelf 223, box

"Landless"

G. Spencer-Pryse (1910), Labour poster for the 1910 General elections. V&A E.3140-1913. Prints & Drawings Study Room, room 514, case PR, shelf 223, box

The SNP's viral poster showing how all three main Westminster parties support spending billions on nuclear weapons

General election campaign 2010: in posters

The SNP's viral poster showing how all three main Westminster parties support spending billions on nuclear weapons

Lego Minifig Babies – when Minifigs mingle

Lego Minifig Babies - when Minifigs mingle

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