Monthly Archives: April 2017

BLAKE AND BACON, TWO SOHO ARTISTS

1) Both William Blake and Francis Bacon are regarded as Soho artists, but for different reasons. Blake was born in Soho and lived at several Soho addresses inc. 28 Broadwick Street (now a Patisserie Valerie) and 28 Poland Street. Bacon … Continue reading

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THE BLAKE BENCH

Today – Good Friday – by sheer luck, I was made aware of a magical piece of furniture in London, even while sitting on it. Attending Cathie Pilkington’s show Anatomy of a DollĀ in the Life Drawing Room of the Royal … Continue reading

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THE WORLD PREMIERE FRANCIS BACON WALK

A Walk with Francis Bacon in Soho is the first ever Francis Bacon walk and has been commissioned by Society Club in Soho. Poetopography is usually concerned with the lives and works of poets in the places they lived and … Continue reading

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