Henry Hugh Armstead, R.A. 1828 - 1905
Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley
Photo: R.A.
© Royal Academy of Arts, London
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Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley, c. 1893 - 1896
pencil and white gouache on blue/green wove paper, 89 X 237 mm
Given by Dr. Hugh Wells Armstead, 1932
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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.


Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley
Photo: R.A.
© Royal Academy of Arts, London
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Drawing for an effigy of Richard Walmesley, c. 1893 - 1896
pencil and white gouache on blue/green wove paper, 89 X 237 mm
Given by Dr. Hugh Wells Armstead, 1932
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