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British Empire Exhibition - Jack Hobbs modelled in butter Featured Sculptures Print

British Empire Exhibition - Jack Hobbs modelled in butter

British Empire Exhibition, Wembley - Jack Hobbs modeled in butter! Having seen the success of the Prince of Wales in butter in the Canadian Pavilion in the 1924 season of the British Empire Exhibition, in 1925 the Australians placed a larger butter sculpture in their pavilion at Wembley Park. It showed England cricketer Jack Hobbs being stumped at the Sydney Cricket Ground during the 1924-5 test series, which Australia had won 4-1. Date: 1925

A Royal Family Group, 10 March 1863, (c1897). Artist: E&S Woodbury Featured Sculptures Print

A Royal Family Group, 10 March 1863, (c1897). Artist: E&S Woodbury

A Royal Family Group, 10 March 1863, (c1897). Prince and Princess of Wales, Princess Alice and Prince Louis of Hesse, Princess Helena, The Queen, Princess Beatrice, Princess Royal, Prince Arthur - photographed on the day of the wedding of the Prince and Princess of Wales'. In the centre of the group is a bust of Prince Albert, consort to Queen Victoria, who died aged 42 in 1861. The Queen mourned him for the rest of her life - she is seen here all in black. The future King Edward VII and his bride the Princess Alexandra, are top left. From Sixty Years A Queen: The Story of Her Majesty's Reign, by Sir Herbert Maxwell. [Harmsworth Bros, Limited, London, c1897]

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Penrhyn tomb, Llandegai Church, North Wales Featured Sculptures Print

Penrhyn tomb, Llandegai Church, North Wales

Detail of the Penrhyn tomb in Llandegai (or Llandygai) Church, near Bangor, Caernarvonshire (now Gwynedd), North Wales. The tomb was sculpted by Richard Westmacott for the first Lord and Lady Penrhyn, who were prominent in the development of the Welsh slate industry. The statues are of a quarryman and a peasant woman, somewhat idealised in Grecian style costume, and described by Eric Hobsbawm as the earliest sculpted proletarians'. There is a bas relief of cherubs splitting slates, and a long inscription below them

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