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Television in Art can be found in London, England, United Kingdom in Europe

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Sir Mortimer Wheeler Featured Television Print

Sir Mortimer Wheeler

Portrait of Sir Mortimer Wheeler (1890 - 1976), archaeologist and broadcaster, seated at his desk in the British Academy. Through the medium of television, Wheeler succeeded in bringing the meaning of archaeology and a knowledge of the antique to a very wide public and in so doing became one of TV's brightest stars. He was a brigadier in the Salerno landings in 1943 and won the M.C. in 1917 as a battery commander, and was President of the Society of Antiquaries and Secretary of the British Academy. The Roman civilization was his particular subject, and he was Professor of Archaeology of the Roman Provinces in the University of London until 1955

© Mary Evans Picture Library 2015 -

Edina Ronay Featured Television Print

Edina Ronay

Edina Ronay FRSA (born 1944, Budapest, Hungary) Anglo-Hungarian fashion designer and former actress, the daughter of food critic Egon Ronay and mother of actress/writer Shebah Ronay. In films and television from 1960, Ronay's numerous TV roles included The Avengers, No Hiding Place, Special Branch, The Champions and Jason King. She retired from acting in the mid-1970s to take up fashion design, specializing in knitwear; she eventually formed her own company in 1984. Pictured in London Life magazine in 1965 at the time her latest part was playing a harlot in a new Sherlock Holmes film, A Study in Terror (hence the harlot's outfit!). Date: 1965

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans

Marianne Fords Scenery Featured Television Print

Marianne Fords Scenery

Group photo of the Scenery team in their studio. Scenery was a peculiar company founded by Marianne Ford, whose purpose was to provide a base for girls who wanted to do creative freelance work and to provide styling for photographers, television producers and advertising agencies. From left to right in the photograph: Elizabeth Langley, Susan Crowther, Marianne Ford, Dimity Collins. Date: 1966

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans