The East London Art Group came to prominence with their depictions of east London life between the first and second world wars.

Gathered from around the country, this is a rare and exciting opportunity to see works, exhibition catalogues, press clippings and sketchbooks on loan from private collections, museums and government archives, revealing forgotten memories and uncovering stories from the group's history and local heritage.

Works on show include pieces by: John Cooper, Walter Sickert, Harold & Walter Steggles, Henry Silk, Phyllis Bray, Elwin Hawthorne, Grace Oscroft, Cecil Osborne, George Board and Albert Turpin.

The Nunnery, Bow Road, E2, until Sunday, July 13. Details:, 020 8983 9737