‘Johanaan’, Ronald Moody, 1936Artwork page for ‘Johanaan’, Ronald Moody, 1936 on display at Tate Britain. Moody was born in Jamaica and moved to England in 1923. While studying dentistry in London he visited the British Museum and was inspired to become a sculptor. Moody was particularly interested in the museum’s collection of ancient Egyptian art. This figure’s pose appears to reflect this. Moody took a year to carve it from a rectangular block of elm. This sculpture was previously titled Alles, which in German can mean ‘all people’. It has been suggested that the artist intended to produce an image that represented all …
FTSE 100 joins global rally with major oil companies surging on OPEC hopesLondon markets weren’t left out of a global rally on Friday, with the FTSE 100 poised for its best weekly return in around a month, as energy shares surged on hopes for a pact by major oil producers to extend production cuts.
'The Still Image Has Changed The World Before. I Hope It Does Again’ - One Photographer’s Powerful Images From The Black Lives Matter protest in Hyde ParkDon't miss photographer Misan Harriman's series of powerful images from the Black Lives Matter protests in London's Hyde Park on 3 June, as he explains why he felt obligated to document it.
Best Small Museums in London – Visiting UKMuseum in London London has no shortage of great museums, from the world-class art at Tate Modern to the works of the Old Masters at the National Gallery. But the city has a number of small museums that are no less important than their larger counterparts, and often specialise in a particular area that appeals to people with a...1
9 THINGS TO DO IN MARYLEBONE, LONDON - Marylebone High Street | Wallace Collection | Marylebone LaneThis video is about things to do in Marylebone, London. From Marylebone High Street to the Wallace Collection, this is one of the best places in London. You can see more about Marylebone on my blog: https://www.aladyinlondon.com/2017/09/marylebone-london.html.1