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Richard Dorment, art critic of The Daily Telegraph, said The Upper Room was "one of the most important works of British art painted in the last 25 years," that the Tate had got "the bargain of the century," and "If you ask me, Miro and Ofili deserve medals for acting not in their own interests but for the public good."The Times said, "Victoria Miro, Mr Ofili?s dealer, appears to have driven a hard bargain with the Tate, which is the job of a clever dealer."Charles Thomson, co-founder of the Stuckists, said, "Sir Nicholas Serota [the Tate director] mentions Victoria Miro's generosity in constructing this deal. Victoria Miro?s 'generosity' would seem to be in attracting benefactors who will give money to the Tate?so that the Tate can then give it back to her."
The Northern Heights plan involved the building of a connection to the surface platforms at Finsbury Park and the transfer of a London and North Eastern Railway (LNER) branch from there to Edgware, High Barnet and Alexandra Palace. By 1939 much of the work for the connection of the lines had been done and the opening of the connection was scheduled for autumn 1940 but the start of World War II put a halt to further construction. After the war the uncompleted parts of the plan were cancelled and Northern Line trains continued to run to Finsbury Park on what became known as the Northern City Line or, from 1970, the Northern Line Highbury Branch.
Bakerloo: Extension to Camberwell ? Central: Denham · Harefield Road · Extension to Richmond ? Jubilee: Ludgate Circus ? Northern: Alexandra Palace · Brockley Hill · Bushey Heath · Cranley Gardens · Crouch End · Elstree South · Highgate (High level) · Mill Hill · Muswell Hill · North End · Stroud Green ? Great Northern & City: Lothbury ? Great Northern & Strand: Wood Green · Hornsey · Harringay ? City & Brixton Railway ? Edgware Road Tube schemes
Charterhouse early established a reputation for excellence in hospital care and treatment, thanks in part to Henry Levett, M.D., an Oxford graduate who joined the school as physician in 1712. Levett was widely esteemed for his medical writings, including an early tract on the treatment of smallpox. Levett was buried in Charterhouse Chapel, and his widow remarried Andrew Tooke, the master of Charterhouse.
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