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  • Admiral Lord Collingwood

    WM Ref: 11845 Address: St. Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, City of London, City of London, Greater London, EC4M 8AD, England

    In the South Transept a carved sculpture. RECUMBANT FIGURE OF COLLINGWOOD IN A FUNERAL BARGE PROTECTED BY AN ANGEL. TO THE RIGHT IS A FIGURE BASED ON CLASSICAL RIVER GOD. FIVE TINY PUTTI ON SCROLLWORK ON THE SIDES OF THE BARGE Marble free-standing...

  • Viscount A Duncan

    WM Ref: 11681 Address: St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, City of London, City Of London, Greater London, EC4M 8AD, England

    At the west end of the Crypt, near the cafeteria, an over life-size statue of a man in uniform ( or peer's robes ?) and draped cloak, holding a sheathed sword in both hands. The statue stands on a podium which bears the memorial inscription.

  • Wellington Monument (Achilles)

    WM Ref: 11528 Address: At South West end of Park Lane off Achilles Way, Park Lane, Hyde Park, London, City Of Westminster, Greater London, W1K 1BE, England

    COLOSSAL FIGURE, SUPPOSEDLY REPRESENTING ACHILLES. (ACTUALLY COPY OF 'HORSE TAMERS' AT MONTE CAVALLO, ROME), CAST FROM TWELVE CAPTURED FRENCH CANNON

  • Lt Col Sir Francis D'oyly Kcb

    WM Ref: 58535 Address: On the south wall of the south aisle, St Margaret the Queen Church, Off A272 Buxted Park, Buxted, Wealden, East Sussex, TN22 4AY, England

    Tablet with a stele of classical design background. The top has curved shoulders to a central point and proud at the sides by 2.5cm. The tablet inscription is white marble tapering outwards towards the bottom. On top it is surmounted by a stepped ridge....

  • Lt C Newton

    WM Ref: 41305 Address: WAS FORMERLY HOLY TRINITY CHURCH, TRINITY ARTS CENTRE, Church Rd, Royal Tunbridge Wells, Tunbridge Wells, Kent, TN1 2JA, England

    PLAIN WHITE MARBLE INSCRIPTION TABLET WITH TRIANGULAR PEDIMENT MOUNTED ONTO A BALCK MARBLE BACKBOARD. CARVED CLOTH DRAPED OVER THE TOP RIGHT HAND CORNER OF THE TABLET. AT THE BASE ARE A SHAKO, SWORD AND MEDALS AWARDED TO LT NEWTON CARVED IN RELIEF

  • Major General Sir I Brock

    WM Ref: 11667 Address: St. Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, City of London, City of London, Greater London, EC4M 8AD, England

    In the South Transept a marble wall monument carved with figures in high relief and partly free-standing of a native American and two soldiers beside a memorial stone. The latter, consisting of an upended stone with a smaller block placed on top of it,...

  • Adm Lord Nelson Statue

    WM Ref: 17371 Address: IN THE RAISED AREA OF THE OUTDOOR MARKET, BULL RING, Birmingham, Birmingham, West Midlands, England

    ORIGINAL MEMORIAL: PEDESTAL WITH INSCRIPTION AND LOW RELIEF ON IT SURMOUNTED BY A STATUE OF NELSON WHO STANDS IN A CASUAL POSE LEANING AGAINST AN OUT-OF-SCALE PORTRAYAL OF HIS FLAGSHIP. AROUND THE WHOLE MEMORIAL ARE RAILINGS LINKED BY TWISTED CABLE. AT...

  • Horatio Nelson

    WM Ref: 20532 Address: In the Cul-de-Sac of High Street leading to Exchange Flags, 34, Mansion House, Exchange Street East, Liverpool, Liverpool, Merseyside, L2 3YL, England

    CIRCULAR PEDESTAL OF WESTMORELAND MARBLE WITH FOUR FIGURES IN THE CHARACTER OF CAPTIVES OR VANQUISHED ENEMIES, SYMBOLISING THE BATTLES OF ST., VINCENT, THE NILE, COPENHAGEN AND TRAFALGAR. BETWEEN THE FIGURES ARE FOUR BAS-RELIEFS IN BRONZE, REPRESENTING...

  • Major General The Hon Sir E Pakenham and Major General S Gibbs

    WM Ref: 11689 Address: St Paul's Cathedral, St Paul's Churchyard, City of London, City of London, Greater London, EC4M 8AD, England

    In the South Transept a marble free-standing monument with a pair of life-size statues of generals. The figure on the left has a long cloak which is draped over his right shoulder, his hands placed one on top of the other on the pommel of a sword; the...

  • Lieutenant General Sir R Abercromby

    WM Ref: 11848 Address: St. Pail's Cathedral, St. Paul's Churchyard, City of London, City of London, Greater London, EC4M 8Ad, England

    In the South Transept a marble free-standing monument with over life-size figures on a circular podium: a general on horseback being supported by a soldier, a sphinx on either side. The general is represented falling back on a rearing horse, his head...

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