Chen Lianqing

Speaker's Corner, Hyde Park, 2012

Acrylic on canvas.

43.3 x 43.3 in. (109.98 x 109.98 cm.)

Born in 1967 in Chongqing, he now living in Beijing. Chen studied landscape oil painting in Shanghai and Suzhou and graduated from the Sichuan Fine Arts Institute in 1989. From 1999 he focused simple thoughts, which are the basis for his recent paintings.

Grace Golden

Free Speech, 1940, Tate Britain

Grace Golden was born in London, She studied at Chelsea School of Art and the Royal College of Art and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1936-40, she worked as a book illustrator and an observer of London life.

Roger Colston

Speakers' Corner, 2014

Saatchi Art

Painting, oil on canvas, 40x40, Contextual life


Speakers' Corner, Hyde Park, 1935

Mané-Katz was a Ukrainian artist, (1894–1962) painter born in Kremenchuk, who is best known for his depictions of the Jewish life in Eastern Europe.

By Ed Gray

Speakers' Corner circa 2010

Ed Gray focuses his work on city life, urban stories and people.

Felix Topolski 1907–1989

Speaker's Corner, 1973

Held by Tate Modern