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On Display: Museum of London: People's City: Suffragettes
Front page newscutting from a daily newspaper, possibly Daily Herald or Daily Sketch dated Saturday May 23rd 1914. Under the headline 'Suffragettes insult the King: outrages at the National Gallery and Academy' are images of artworks attacked by suffragettes & the arrest of two suffragettes. The article refers to incidents the previous day when Frieda Graham attacked a number of paintings at the National Gallery including Giovanni Bellini's The Agony in The Garden and Gentile Bellini's Portrait of a Mathematician. Whilst, on the same day Mary Spencer attacked Sir George Clausen's work Primavera at the Royal Academy.
H 311 mm; L 189 mm
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