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TOUR OF THE MONTH
ON THIS DAY IN LONDON
21st July 1964 Tottenham Hotspur's Scottish striker John White is killed by lightning playing golf in North London.
21st July 1938 Paul Hindemith and Leonide Massines ballet premieres in London
21st July 1884 The First Test was held at Lord's Cricket Ground.
21st July 1866 Cholera-epidemic kills hundreds in London
21st July 1863 Born today: C[harles] Aubrey Smith, London England, actor (Prisoner of Zenda)
Art with a Global Perspective
1st gallery in the UK to specialise in Indian contemporary art
Location: 2a Fortis Green, N2 9EL
Description: 'The Noble Sage Art Gallery' is set to be the foremost authority and stage for the highest quality contemporary paintings and sculptures from South-East Asia.
In fact it is the first gallery in the UK to specialise in Indian contemporary art, particularly art from Southern India.
The Noble Sage aims to display and promote the work of emerging or established artistic talent from overseas and be the leading name in the provision of such art to UK audiences.
The Noble Sage epitomises the UK art buyer's vision to find, collect and invest in choice artworks produced and inspired by countries new to the international contemporary art scene.
Utilising the gallery's strong links with India and Sri Lanka, The Noble Sage will illuminate the talented artists that are making waves across the world the size of which are soon to hit the shores of the UK.
Tagged in this Tour: Cartoonists and Illustrators