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In Greenham Common Did the Peacemakers

© the artist. Photo credit: Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre

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The artist says about this work: 'This was painted in the Regent Park home and House Gallery of Jenny Stein, former director of the Whitechapel Gallery and Riverside Studios. Jenny was not well and the artist was spending a lot of his time visiting, so he decided to ship the large canvas down from his home in North London, along with the many preparatory pieces. Some mornings the artist would arrive to find that Jenny had contributed a little to the canvas.

Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre





oil on canvas


H 183.5 x W 251.5 cm

Accession number

AC 5267

Acquisition method

purchased from Blond Fine Art, 1983

Work type


Arts Council Collection, Southbank Centre

Belvedere Road, London, Greater London SE1 8XX England

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