Definition of Euston Road in English:

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Euston Road

Pronunciation: /ˈjuːstən/

noun

[as modifier]
Relating to or denoting a group of English post-impressionist realistic painters of the 1930s, whose members included William Coldstream (1908–87) and Victor Pasmore (1908–98).
Example sentences
  • Despite early links with such artists as Michael Andrews, Euan Uglow and John Bratby, he is not of the London School, the Kitchen Sink or the Euston Road.

Origin

From the name of a road in London, site of a former School of Drawing and Painting (1938–9).

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