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Peter Murray
Andrew Humphreys visits the Edward Ardizzone exhibition at the House of Illustration in Granary Square, King’s Cross.
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In recent times, a bunch of artists from the mid 20th century who embody a kind of bucolic Englishness that has traditionally caused cosmopolitan critics to squirm uncomfortably, have been welcomed back into the fold. A mini publishing industry currently exists around the likes of Edward Bawden and Eric Ravilious. Now it’s the turn of Edward Ardizzone, thanks to a just opened show at London’s House of Illustration.
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Peter Murray

After 150 years of industrial use, the area to the north of King’s Cross and St Pancras stations is being transformed into a vibrant new city quarter. Tom Goodall from the development team at Argent guided London Society members around the public areas of the development, explaining the industrial heritage of the area and how the development will unfold over the coming years.

Go here for details of forthcoming London Society events, and here for details of how to join and get members’ rates for all of our tours, talks and debates

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