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Sculpture Collection (#6)

Background imageSculpture Collection: Rufford Abbey K951332

Rufford Abbey K951332
RUFFORD ABBEY, Nottinghamshire. Stone urn detail

Background imageSculpture Collection: Lindisfarne Priory Stone J870087

Lindisfarne Priory Stone J870087
LINDISFARNE PRIORY, Holy Island, Northumberland. Lindisfarne Stone 8th century Anglo-Saxon cross-shaft with interlaced animal decoration. Anglo Saxon

Background imageSculpture Collection: Chaloner Chute Memorial a98_04403

Chaloner Chute Memorial a98_04403
Face detail of the Chaloner Chute Memorial in the Chapel at The Vyne, Sherborne St John, Hampshire. Chaloner Chute was an Member of Parliament and Speaker of the House who bought The Vyne

Background imageSculpture Collection: Saints DP031784

Saints DP031784
Haughmond Abbey, Uffington, Shropshire. Detail view of the carved stone figures of two saints in canopied niches in one of the chapter house arches

Background imageSculpture Collection: Lute player a101105

Lute player a101105
St John The Baptists Church, Thaxted, Essex. A wooden roof boss with a carved stone corbel beneath depicting a musician with a stringed instrument

Background imageSculpture Collection: Norman Lectern a058962

Norman Lectern a058962
Church of St Egwin, Norton and Lenchwick, Worcestershire. Detail of lectern, 1180-1190

Background imageSculpture Collection: Norman font a058917

Norman font a058917
Church of St Cassian, Chaddersley Corbett, Worcestershire. Detail of font, 1160-70

Background imageSculpture Collection: Face N100712

Face N100712
Greyfriars, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk. Stone fragment now mounted on north west wall of cloister walk. Possibly a tonsured monk

Background imageSculpture Collection: Dragon N090561

Dragon N090561
St. Augutines Abbey, Canterbury, Kent. Caen stone fragment. Figure of a dragon

Background imageSculpture Collection: St Peter N061070

St Peter N061070
Church of St Peter, Bromyard, Herefordshire. Anglo-Saxon stone above south doorway depicting St Peter

Background imageSculpture Collection: Monk K900091

Monk K900091
Muchelney Abbey, Somerset. Carved stone on display depicting a monk carrying items

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mythical beast DP101592

Mythical beast DP101592
Wells Cathedral, Cathedral Green, Wells, Somerset. Detail of misericord

Background imageSculpture Collection: Heraldic devices DP044028

Heraldic devices DP044028
Church of St Clement, Church Street, Sandwich, Kent. Interior detail view of heraldic wood carving on a misericord in the choir stalls

Background imageSculpture Collection: Man pushing woman in wheelbarrow DP033058

Man pushing woman in wheelbarrow DP033058
Ripon Minster, Minster Close, Ripon, North Yorkshire. Detail view of a misericord in the choirstalls showing figures of a man pushing a woman in a wheelbarrow

Background imageSculpture Collection: Leading a pig to slaughter a058914

Leading a pig to slaughter a058914
Church of St Mary, Ripple, Worcestershire. Detail of misericord depicting the slaughter of a pig, representing November

Background imageSculpture Collection: Fireside scene a058910

Fireside scene a058910
Church of St Mary, Ripple, Worcestershire. Detail of misericord showing two figures seated by a fire with a cauldron. Depicting the month of December

Background imageSculpture Collection: Warming by the fire a019325

Warming by the fire a019325
St Laurences Church, Ludlow, Shropshire. Detail of a carved wooden misericord depicting a man warming himself by the fire with two sides of bacon hanging to the right. Thought to represent February

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mermaid a018086

Mermaid a018086
Ripon Minster, Minster Close, Ripon, North Yorkshire. Detail of misericord depicting the mermaid. Photographed in Aril 1970

Background imageSculpture Collection: Misericord a98_05003

Misericord a98_05003
St Michaels Church, Bishops Stortford, Hertfordshire. A fifteenth century misericord, reputedly from Old St Pauls Cathedral in London

Background imageSculpture Collection: Head and headdress DP171409

Head and headdress DP171409
Quadriga Statue, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, London. One of a series of details of the main figure with conservation in progress

Background imageSculpture Collection: Face DP171406

Face DP171406
Quadriga Statue, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, London. One of a series of details of the main figure with conservation in progress

Background imageSculpture Collection: Face DP171404

Face DP171404
Quadriga Statue, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, London. One of a series of details of the main figure with conservation in progress

Background imageSculpture Collection: Face DP171396

Face DP171396
Quadriga Statue, Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner, Westminster, London. One of a series of details of the main figure with conservation in progress

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mitchell - Relief mural DP164663

Mitchell - Relief mural DP164663
William Mitchell Sculpture, Bull Yard, Coventry, West Midlands. Exterior, viewed from the south east. (Grade II, An abstract two-facetted relief mural, of 1966 by William Mitchell)

Background imageSculpture Collection: Johnson - Celebration of Engineering Sciences DP168902

Johnson - Celebration of Engineering Sciences DP168902
Relief sculpture - A Celebration of Engineering Sciences on Department of Mechanical Engineering Building at University of Leeds by Allen Johnson, 1963. Listed Grade II

Background imageSculpture Collection: Frink - Boar DP178250

Frink - Boar DP178250
Boar (1970) by Elisabeth Frink, The Water Gardens, Harlow, Essex. Detail view from the south east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: McWilliam - Elisabeth Frink DP178239

McWilliam - Elisabeth Frink DP178239
Portrait figure of Elisabeth Frink (1956) by Frederick Edward McWilliam, West Walk, Town Centre, Harlow, Essex. General view from the east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mitchell - reliefs / mosaics DP178276

Mitchell - reliefs / mosaics DP178276
Seven reliefs/mosaics (1963) by William Mitchell, The Water Gardens, Harlow, Essex. Detail view from the south of relief/mosaic No.7 (ordered from west to east). Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Clarke - Cross Theme DP184066

Clarke - Cross Theme DP184066
Cross Theme (1962) by Geoffrey Clarke. The Chapel of the Ascension, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester, Chichester, West Sussex. Cast aluminium sculpture which represents the crucifixion

Background imageSculpture Collection: Clarke - Cross Theme DP184063

Clarke - Cross Theme DP184063
Cross Theme (1962) by Geoffrey Clarke. The Chapel of the Ascension, Bishop Otter Campus, University of Chichester, Chichester, West Sussex. Cast aluminium sculpture which represents the crucifixion

Background imageSculpture Collection: Robert-Jones - Augustus John DP184060

Robert-Jones - Augustus John DP184060
Augustus John statue (1974) by Ivor Robert-Jones. Riverside Place, Fordingbridge, Hampshire. General view from the south west. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Robert-Jones - Augustus John DP184054

Robert-Jones - Augustus John DP184054
Augustus John statue (1974) by Ivor Robert-Jones. Riverside Place, Fordingbridge, Hampshire. General view from the north east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: McWilliam - Help DP178228

McWilliam - Help DP178228
Help (1977) by Frederick Edward McWilliam, St Johns Arts and Recreation Centre, St Johns Walk, Old Harlow, Essex. Two figures, representing the Troubles in Northern Ireland

Background imageSculpture Collection: McWilliam - Father Courage DP173310

McWilliam - Father Courage DP173310
Father Courage (1960) by Frederick Edward McWilliam, (located near the Gulbenkian Cinema) University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent. Detail view showing the texture on the head of Father Courage

Background imageSculpture Collection: McWilliam - Father Courage DP173304

McWilliam - Father Courage DP173304
Father Courage (1960) by Frederick Edward McWilliam, (located near the Gulbenkian Cinema) University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent. General view from the south west. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Cox - Hymn DP173299

Cox - Hymn DP173299
Hymn (1990-91) by Stephen Cox, (located on the hillside south of Keynes College) University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent. General view from the south. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Cox - Hymn DP173297

Cox - Hymn DP173297
Hymn (1990-91) by Stephen Cox, (located on the hillside south of Keynes College) University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent. General view from the south east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Hepworth - Construction (Crucifixion) DP173290

Hepworth - Construction (Crucifixion) DP173290
Construction (Crucifixion) (1966) by Barbara Hepworth, Winchester Cathedral, Dome Alley, Winchester, Hampshire. Detail view from the south. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Hepworth - Construction (Crucifixion) DP173287

Hepworth - Construction (Crucifixion) DP173287
Construction (Crucifixion) (1966) by Barbara Hepworth, Winchester Cathedral, Dome Alley, Winchester, Hampshire. General view from the south. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: King - Declaration DP172944

King - Declaration DP172944
Declaration (1961) by Phillip King. Beaumanor Hall, Beaumanor Drive, Woodhouse, Loughborough, Leicestershire. Detail view of the cement and steel sculpture. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: King - Declaration DP172937

King - Declaration DP172937
Declaration (1961) by Phillip King. Beaumanor Hall, Beaumanor Drive, Woodhouse, Loughborough, Leicestershire. General view of the cement and steel sculpture from the west

Background imageSculpture Collection: King - Dunstable Reel DP172934

King - Dunstable Reel DP172934
Dunstable Reel (1970) by Phillip King. Countesthorpe College, Winchester Road, Countesthorpe, Leicestershire. Detail view of the painted steel sculpture. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: King - Dunstable Reel DP172922

King - Dunstable Reel DP172922
Dunstable Reel (1970) by Phillip King. Countesthorpe College, Winchester Road, Countesthorpe, Leicestershire. General view of the painted steel sculpture. Photographed by Steven Baker 2015

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mitchell - Relief Mural DP172765

Mitchell - Relief Mural DP172765
Relief Mural (1967) by William Mitchell, County Hall, Saint Annes Crescent, Lewes, East Sussex. Detail view showing the bronzed fibreglass. Photographed by Steven Baker 2014

Background imageSculpture Collection: Mitchell - Relief Mural DP172760

Mitchell - Relief Mural DP172760
Relief Mural (1967) by William Mitchell, County Hall, Saint Annes Crescent, Lewes, East Sussex. General view from the north. Photographed by Steven Baker 2014

Background imageSculpture Collection: Skelton - The Symbol of Discovery DP172757

Skelton - The Symbol of Discovery DP172757
The Symbol of Discovery (1963) by John Skelton, East Row, Chichester, West Sussex. Detail view, two hands cradling a man made jewel of gold leaf set in perspex. Photographed by Steven Baker 2014

Background imageSculpture Collection: Skelton - The Symbol of Discovery DP172754

Skelton - The Symbol of Discovery DP172754
The Symbol of Discovery (1963) by John Skelton, East Row, Chichester, West Sussex. General view from the south east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2014

Background imageSculpture Collection: Skelton - The Symbol of Discovery DP172750

Skelton - The Symbol of Discovery DP172750
The Symbol of Discovery (1963) by John Skelton, East Row, Chichester, West Sussex. General view from the east. Photographed by Steven Baker 2014



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