Philip Naviasky Blue Plaque Unveiling

Leeds Civic Trust are delighted to be unveiling our 194th blue plaque to celebrate Philip Naviasky. 

Leeds Civic Trust are delighted to be unveiling our 194th blue plaque to celebrate Philip Naviasky. 

Philip Naviasky was a portrait and landscape artist, who was born and raised in Leeds to Polish-Jewish parents.

Naviasky was noted for his paintings of local women and girls, he is also remembered for his portraits of Prime Ministers Winston Churchill and Ramsay MacDonald.

1894 – 1983

The unveiling will take place at Philip Naviasky's home where he lived from 1926 to his death in 1983. 

Event information: 

24 May, 16:00 - 16:30 

The unveiling will take place at 579 Scotthall Road leeds LS7 2NF. 

 

Supporting Event: 

Philip Naviasky exhibition at the Left Bank, opening night 22 May 18:00 - 21:00

To register to attend the opening night of the exhibition at the Left Bank 

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To celebrate the works of Philip Naviasky The Left Bank will be host to a wonderful collection of paintings, drawings and memorabilia of Leeds artist Philip Naviasky.

This exhibition will feature works from several private collections of Naviasky's work which are rarely available for public viewing; alongside the exhibition, there will be talks and workshops designed to explore the art of portrait and landscape painting.

22 May – 31 May

When
24th May 2024 from 16:00 to 16:30
Location
579 Scotthall Road
Leeds, West Yorkshire LS7 2NF
United Kingdom