Immortalised: Mary Wollstonecraft, the mother of feminism

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Immortalised: Mary Wollstonecraft, the mother of feminism

The street artist Stewy, whose work can be seen dotted across the capital, has today recreated one of his most famous pieces for a new exhibition at The Workshop in Vauxhall.


The stencil of the so-called mother of feminism, Mary Wollstonecraft, first appeared on the side of a church in Newington Green in 2013.


It was remade today in Vauxhall as part of the Historic England project, which explores the ways in which we immortalise people through art and tribute.

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