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Clowns Gallery-Museum
Clowns Gallery-Museum

Clowns Gallery-Museum, 2 Cumberland Close, London, E8 3TF

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Percy Lane Oliver Blue Plaque - Percy Lane Oliver 1878-1944 founder of the first voluntary blood donor service lived and worked here
Dick Moy Grey Plaque - Dick Moy   1932-2004   Historian and   Antiques Dealer   who loved Greenwich.   He restored and worked   from this 1780 Inn
Nicholas Saunders Black Plaque - Nicholas Saunders  1938-1998  He put Neal's Yard  on the map
Charles Cruft Green Plaque - Charles Alfred Cruft dog show promoter lived near here 1913 - 1938
Joshua Reynolds Brass Plaque - Sir Joshua Reynolds, 16 July 1723 - 23 February 1792, Portrait Painter.    As a student of Italian art, his work became increasingly classical under the influence of the Bolognese school. In 1768 he was elected the first President of the Royal Academy of Arts and was knighted. From 1760 until his death, he lived and painted in his studio, on the west side of Leicester Square where Fanum House now stands.    He is buried in St. Paul's Cathedral.    The bust is by Henry Weekes (1874)
Action For Children And Thomas Bowman Stephenson Blue Plaque - The charity Action for Children was founded as 'The Children's Home' on this site by Revd. Thomas Bowman Stephenson, a Methodist minister, on 9 July 1869.  This plaque was unveiled to mark Action for Children's 140th anniversary.

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