New exhibition paints a picture of Lancelot Ribeiro’s life and work Lancelot Ribeiro surrounded by his paintings
Eastern Eye Staff
It was in Hampstead, north London, that the artist Lancelot Ribeiro settled and called his home. Ribeiro, whose family was from Goa, was born in Bombay in 1933. He arrived in bomb-damaged Britain in 1950 having followed the journey of his half brother Frances Newton Souza, a renowned painter. An exhibition of his works, featuring paintings with bold outlines depicting church spires, domes and townscapes in an expressionistic style, was recently launched as part of the year-long project celebrating Indian culture. For his daughter Marsha Ribiero, the exhibition in London’s Burgh House is personal and poignant, and one which she…
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