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Henry Hugh Armstead RA, Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley
Henry Hugh Armstead RA, Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley

Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley, c. 1893 - 1896

Henry Hugh Armstead RA (1828 - 1905)

RA Collection: Art

A study for the tomb monument of Richard Walmesley in St. John's Church, Colerne, Wiltshire. The effigy shows the bearded Walmesley, with his head resting on a pillow and a cloak around his waist and legs. In 1896 Armstead exhibited 'Richard Walmesley; effigy, marble' at the Royal Academy's Annual Exhibition.

Object details

Title
Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley
Artist/designer
Date
c. 1893 - 1896
Object type
Drawing
Medium
Pencil and white gouache on blue/green wove paper
Dimensions

89 mm x 237 mm

Collection
Royal Academy of Arts
Object number
04/2158
Acquisition
Given by Dr. Hugh Wells Armstead 1932
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