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Paul Boateng

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Paul Boateng began his political career as MP for Brent South in April 1987 and remained their MP until standing down in 2005 when he was appointed High Commissioner for South Africa. Jonathan Yeo is a self-taught artist having received no formal training. His first commission was to paint Archbishop Trevor Huddleston, founder of the Anti-Apartheid movement, in 1993. Yeo was also commissioned by the House of Commons to paint the 2001 Election portrait 'Proportional Representation'.


Date

2003

Medium

oil on canvas

Measurements

H 81 x W 81.5 cm (E)

Accession number

WOA 6483

Work type

Painting


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Parliamentary Art Collection

The Curator's Office, Department of Information Services, House of Commons, 1 Canon Row, Greater London SW1A 0AA England

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