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SSA Annual Exhibition at the RSA

22nd December - 30th January 2020.  The SSA Annual Exhibition showcases a careful selection representing the diversity of current Scottish and International art.   The Society's courageous selection has made it often the first to acknowlege the most promising, indeed, the SSA was the first to show Picasso in Scotland and provides an important forum for fresh talent, showing Douglas Gordon, winner of the 1996 Turner Prize, early in his career.

We at Ramsay Cornish are delighted to ...

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The Troubadour: a special place in history

If you want to feel for a while that you are no longer in the world of iphones and twitter, visit the Troubadour and enjoy the echoes of Dylan and Hendrix over half a snakebite.

The Troubadour was founded by Michael and Sheila van Bloemen in 1954 as part of the second great London coffee revolution, it quickly became a west London institution.  Through the 50’s and 60’s this was one of THE centres of London intellectual and artistic life. It’s where Private Eye was first ...

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Sir John Soane Museum

A magical house redesigned from three town houses at 12,13 and 14 Lincoln's Inn Fields by Sir John Soane (1753-1837) to form his office, home and personal museum.  The part which forms the museum is made up of an extraordinary complex of darker corridors and open spaces with a central glazed atrium.  The use of light and scale is beautiful and surprising.  A real treat of a house which shows off both his interiors and his huge collection of  ancient Egyptian and Roman artefacts ...

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