Sandra de Laszlo is the founder of the de Laszlo Archive Trust. She trained at the Victoria and Albert Museum, achieving a diploma (with credit) at the Study Centre for the History of the Fine & Decorative Arts 1972-3. For eleven years she worked part-time in the Picture Department at Spink and Son, then as a guide at the Tate Gallery and at the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital for their Healing Arts Programme. She has been working on the De László Catalogue Raisonné since she dared to write her first letter to an owner in New York in 1989.
Born in 1990, Nneka Uzoigwe is a figurative artist. She trained at London Fine Art Studios, where she now teaches. She was also awarded the Green & Stone Art Prize at our 2020 summer exhibition. We were delighted to host Nneka’s first fully funded solo show last year.
Nicola Crawley is a director at Sybil & Colefax, renowned for her keen aesthetic eye. Her elegant, classical designs can be seen in a wide variety of settings, including ongoing commercial work and numerous private homes within the UK, Europe and Kuwait.