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Statue of Beau Brummell on Jermyn Street, London. ~Arbiter of Fashion~ Prinz Charles, Prinz William, Gentlemans Club, Wassily Kandinsky, London City, King George Iv, Beau Brummell, Savile Row, Regency Era

George Bryan Brummell, born 7th June, 1778, commonly known as 'Beau' Brummel. An iconic figure in Regency England, he is credited with introducing and establishing the modern men's suit and tie as a fashion. He took five hours to dress, and recommended that boots be polished with champagne! "true elegance consists in not being noticed" #dandy #style #menswear #iconicstyle #ss15 #londonsculpture #londonfashion #historiclondon www.kingdom-london.com

Phyllida Barlow is a pioneering English artist. Her sculptural installations are characterised by their large scale, often made quickly in the same place that they are to be shown and with materials that are subsequently. Modern Sculpture, Abstract Sculpture, Sculpture Art, Abstract Art, Sculpture Garden, Venice Biennale, Installation Art, Art Installations, Autumn Inspiration

Hauser & Wirth launches in Somerset

The gallery heads west and opens with a Phyllida Barlow show

Terence Koh ‘Untitled (A New World Order Lies in this Golden Age)’, 2006 © Terence Koh, courtesy Peres Projects, Los Angeles/Berlin Museum Display Cases, Museum Displays, Tate Modern Art, Museum Of Modern Art, Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Tate Gallery, Exhibition Stand Design, Shape And Form

Everyday Alchemy: Contemporary sculpture | Tate

Information about the Everyday Alchemy: Contemporary sculpture display, Level 4 Energy and Process at Tate Modern

'Leviathan' installation at the Grand Palais, Paris by Indian-born British artist Anish Kapoor PVC, × × metres. via the artist's site Contemporary Sculpture, Contemporary Artists, Modern Art, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Chelsea School Of Art, Anish Kapoor, Found Art, Public Art


Leviathan, 2011, Anish Kapoor, Grand Palais, Paris, May-June 2011. Part of the Monumenta series of commissions - The official website of Anish Kapoor

African Tribal Art, or Art Premier, is soaring in popularity as a recent Sotheby's Paris world record auction proved Out Of Africa, Ocean Art, Coming Of Age, Tribal Art, African Art, Primitive, Auction, Sculpture, Statue

Graves of 'vampires' discovered in Poland were cholera victims

Archaeologists have discovered the graves of cholera victims which were treated like vampires to stop them rising from the grave and infecting the locals

New Repurposed Skateboard Deck Sculptures by Japanese Artist Haroshi Creators Project, Skateboard Decks, Japanese Artists, Skateboards, Three Dimensional, Repurposed, Eye Candy, Art Photography, Sculptures

Haroshi's Sculptures Turn Broken Skateboards into Art

The skateboarder-turned-self-taught artist's repurposed pieces take over Jonathan LeVine Gallery.

“Bompas & Parr’s Gherkin Chandelier” by David Lane and Jeremy Valender - NOWNESS presents Bompas And Parr, Motion Video, Video Film, Global Art, Inspirational Videos, Animation Film, Then And Now, Pickles, Sculpture

Food & Travel - Video Premieres

Discover short films on food and travel on NOWNESS, a video channel premiering the best in global arts and culture

The 2013 Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in China Martin Brothers, Harbin, Wallis, Stoneware, 19th Century, Arts And Crafts, Auction, Amp, Birds

The 2013 Harbin International Ice and Snow Festival in China

Many countries try to codify their values in law, but statutory patriotism is an intrisically un-British notion. We prefer simply to set out, in general terms, the non-negotiable components of our identity.