Putney School of Art and Design

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Putney School of Art and Design

Putney School of Art and Design (PSAD) is an art college in Putney, a suburb of southwest London, England.

It was founded by Sir William Lancaster, Baron Pollock and Sir Arthur Jeff in 1883.[1]

PSAD offers a programme of fine arts courses in five specialist studios.[2] There are introductory, mixed level, and advanced courses. During half terms and the summer, shorter courses are available.

The Friends of Putney School of Art and Design promotes the School and protects the interests of current students.[3]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Blue Plaques Scheme" (PDF). Putney Society. Retrieved 30 March 2014.
  2. ^ Putney School of Art and Design, Wandsworth Borough Council, London, UK.
  3. ^ Friends of Putney School of Art and Design.


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Coordinates: 51°27′43″N 0°12′44″W / 51.461821°N 0.212251°W / 51.461821; -0.212251