If you’ve not heard of Croydon artist Evacustus Phipson, you’ve missed out

Posted on April 4th, by Tony Skrzypczyk in Culture. No Comments

A radical watercolour painter? Croydon had one of those, says Tony Skrzypczyk

On Thursday 3rd March I took part in a ninety minute guided walk in the centre of Croydon to look at the sites of some of the works of Evacustes Arthur Phipson, a little-known but prolific watercolour painter of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. It was led by Emily Lansell, collections officer, and … Read More »