An important piece of London Street Art by artist Stik has been stolen from a Dulwich location. It was one of three panels situated on the side of Mrs Robinson, a homeware shop on the corner of Lordship Lane and Blackwater Street. The shop owner had turned over the space on the side of the building as a place for street artists to exhibit their work. The painting by Stic was an interpretation of ‘Mrs Moody and her sons’ by Thomas Gainsborough and was a part of the Dulwich Festival and Dulwich Picture Gallery’s ‘Baroque the Streets’ programme earlier this year.