Women in art – the Shaw Library

LSE Archivist Sue Donnelly takes a trip to the Shaw Library to find out more about some of the women who created or feature in LSE art works. The Shaw Library (once known as the Founders’ Room) opened in 1928 and today its art works represent significant figures in the history of the School. Beatrice and Sidney Webb (1928) by William Nicholson … Continue reading Women in art – the Shaw Library