Art on the Underground is a pioneer in commissioning contemporary artworks that enrich the journeys of millions on the Tube every day. From large-scale commissions at Gloucester Road station to the pocket Tube map cover commissions, Art on the Underground has gathered a roll-call of the best artists over 15 years. Numerous artists, designers and craftspeople have been in every aspect of the Underground’s architecture, poster design, train livery and upholstery as well as its site specific art commissions in stations.
The Freud Museum was the final home of Sigmund Freud, the founder of psychoanalysis, and his daughter Anna Freud, a pioneering child psychoanalyst. The Freud family came to England as refugees, having escaped Austria following the Nazi annexation in March 1938. Freud spent the last year of his life here, and died in his study at Maresfield Gardens. The house remained the family home until Anna’s death in 1982. Anna bequeathed the house to become a museum which opened to the public in 1986.