Dick the Bad and other Leicester sketches

A street scene – just trying to get the lines in the right place – St Martins Square , August 2018

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Dick the Bad

Richard III’s skeleton was found under a car park in Leicester. He died at the Battle of Bosworth Field in 1485. He has now been reinterred n Leicester cathedral. Whether he was really as bad as Shakespeare portrayed him remains a matter for much dispute.


The figures I have drawn aren’t quite the thing.


and this head looks rather messianic . . . the other two are not him!

Alice Hawkins – Leicester suffragette, from the recently erected statue in Leicester market place.


Quite a productive day!!


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