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Newman Art Gallery

In addition to regular group and one-person art, exhibitions, the Newman Art Gallery hosted a variety of other events. In 1909, Mrs. Humphry Ward opened a show devoted to the work done at the Heritage Schools of Arts and Crafts for Crippled Boys and Girls (Times, 27 November 1909, 6). In 1910, the Times noted that “A “morality,” entitled The Hour Glass, by Mr. W.B. Yeats, was produced at the Newman Gallery on Saturday afternoon.” (Times, 7 February 1910, 9.)

Address: 29 Newman St., Oxford St

Start Date: 1907

End Date: at least 1911

Selected exhibitions

Cabinet Pictures representing Various Schools of Modern Painting (September 1907) [Athenaeum, 28 September 1907, 374]

English Landscapes, Pictures by Francis W. Reckitt (March 1908) [Athenaeum, 7 March 1908, 298]

Cabinet Pictures (May 1908) [Athenaeum, 16 May 1908, 614]

Pictures by Baroness Hermione von Presuschen (June 1908) [Athenaeum, 6 June 1908, 706]

Work by Miss Uelinia W. A. Parkes (October 1910) [Times, 24 October 1910, 12]

Unless otherwise noted, the documentation of a gallery’s start and end dates at a location is drawn from listings in The Year’s Art.

How to cite:
Pamela Fletcher and David Israel, London Gallery Project, 2007; Revised September 2012.

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