June 2019

10 of the Most Beautiful Places in London

With Summer finally here, it’s time to get outside and explore 10 the most beautiful places in London. Primrose Hill Set on the Northern side of Regents Park, Primrose Hill has clear views of Central London. The affluent area is now home to many celebrities, so bring a picnic enjoy the views and see if […]

5 Things you didn’t know about Edward Hopper’s House by The Railroad, 1925

Edward Hopper (1882 – 1967) is known as one of the most important American artists of the Twentieth century. Hopper’s paintings normally carry the theme of isolation and loneliness. Edward Hopper’s House by the Railroad depicts a grand but worn Victorian house fronted by tracks of a railroad. The tracks act as a barrier making […]

Paintings of Wimbledon Tennis Championships

Wimbledon Tennis Championships has been gracing South West London since 1877. The first competition attracted 22 men to compete and a crowd of 200 watched. Spencer Gore won the first ever Wimbledon tournament. The 1880’s saw the competition develop with Men’s doubles and Ladies singles being introduced into the tournament. Maud Watson became the first […]

Sonia Bernardo standin in front of two collages by Surya de Wit

The hidden treasure that is the E17 Art Trail

Unless you have been hiding under a rock for the past year, you will know that Walthamstow is the London Borough of Culture this year. Walthamstow is kinda a big deal right now. We have a lot going on! Right now there’s a huge creative festival happening in Walthamstow. You can step through the looking […]