Diamond Jubilee Exhibition (A look Back) Part 15

The student village at West Downs, designed by Feilden Clegg, the first phase of which was opened in Autumn 1995. It won a National Housing Award when the Minister of Housing suggested that it would form a good set for West Side Story. There are now 900 students on the site. On the other hand--The … Continue reading Diamond Jubilee Exhibition (A look Back) Part 15

Kirov Dancer Rehearsing Juliet

Artist: Donald Hamilton Fraser Born July 1929, in London. Fraser is mostly noted for his abstract landscape paintings. From 1949-52, he trained at London's Saint Martin's School of Art. He was awarded a one-year French government scholarship in Paris in 1953 while in the same year his premier solo exhibition was given at Gimpel Fils, a … Continue reading Kirov Dancer Rehearsing Juliet

Grand Paintings by Rosa Branson

The paintings by Rosa Branson are notoriously famous around the university and scattered throughout the main campus. From the Main Building to The Stripe, the large vibrant landscapes decorate the walls, some of which present university's values and dedication to learning. Paintings Include: (from top to bottom) We'll meet again,   Peacocks & Butterflies at Sunset,   Peacocks & Butterflies with Rainbow, … Continue reading Grand Paintings by Rosa Branson