An evocative painting of Peter Higgs by leading artist Ken Currie is on display at the University of Edinburgh. The portrait was unveiled on 2nd March 2009 in the recently opened Informatics Forum. It has since moved and is now displayed prominently at the main entrance to the James Clerk Maxwell Building, the home of the School of Physics and Astronomy, on the King's Buildings Campus of the University.
The Ken Currie portrait at the Informatics Forum 2nd March 2009. The Ken Currie portrait of Peter Higgs at its unveiling in the Informatics Forum on 2nd March 2009.
2009 Robin Schlapp Lecture Poster. Poster advertising the 2009 Robin Schlapp lecture 'To Higgs or not To Higgs' held before the 80th birthday celebration. The lecture was given by Professor John Ellis of the Theoretical Physics Divison of CERN and now Clerk Maxwell Professor at Kings College London. Photograph of John Ellis courtesy of CERN photo. Poster designed by Alan Walker.
The artist Ken Currie introduces the Peter Higgs portrait. Ken Currie introducing his portrait of Peter Higgs at its unveiling on 2nd March 2009.
Peter Higgs and his portrait in the Informatics Forum. Peter Higgs in front of his portrait by Ken Currie at its unveiling on 2nd March 2009.
Richard Kenway's presentation to Peter Higgs. Professor Richard Kenway presents Peter Higgs with a framed print of his portrait by Ken Currie at the unveiling on 2nd March 2009.
Peter Higgs with John Ellis in front of the portrait Peter Higgs with John Ellis who gave the Robin Schlapp lecture as part of the celebrations at the portrait unveiling.
Former members and partners of the Tait Institute of Mathematical Physics Peter Higgs pictured with former members of the Taiit Institute of Mathematical Physics and their partners.
Peter Higgs with the Particle Physics Theory group. Peter Higgs with members of the Particle Physics Theory group of the School of Physics and Astronomy.