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Back at Burgh House & Hampstead Museum, 22 September 2019

Primarily, Primary Colours is based on Ribeiro's Compositional Townscape. Come with your kids to explore the basic properties of colour. Suitable for all ages. Advance booking recommended
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"I twist and turn, curve and straighten often without aim or result. Just an escape, an escapist thing into painting impulsively, compulsively, endlessly, tired, tirelessly, with or without joy."
Lancelot Ribeiro

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Primarily, Primary Colours at Burgh House, Sunday 22 September

September 16, 2019
The 'Primarily, Primary Colours' family education workshop will again be held at the Burgh House & Hampstead Museum, led by their Learning and Access Officer, Maria Gomes-Diez. This workshop explores the moods and colours of Ribeiro's evocative compositional townscapes that the Museum acquired into its permanent collection earlier this year.
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On Art UK 'The Roots of the Indian Artists' Collectives'

September 16, 2019
Four young Indian painters, meeting at a North London address, established the informal grouping of the IPC in 1963. Gajanan Baghwat, Yashwant Mali, Lancelot Ribeiro and Ibrahim Wagh (former members of the Bombay Art Society), were soon joined by Balraj Khanna and S. V. Rama Rao. They would create the first artistic body of its kind outside of India...
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On Art UK 'Lancelot Ribeiro: the anatomy of three paintings'

April 22, 2019
Three paintings, by painter Lancelot Ribeiro (1933-2010), have entered London’s Burgh House & Hampstead Museum collection. The first, a miniature ‘oil and PVA’ townscape (1964), has been acquired for the House with Art Fund support...
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