Plate 31
Sculpture

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Hermione Hobhouse (general editor)

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1991

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'Plate 31: Sculpture', Survey of London Monograph 17: County Hall (1991), pp. 31. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=118225 Date accessed: 01 August 2014.


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Plate 31


a, b. Ornamental bronze chain-supports and mooring-rings on the embankment wall, modelled by Gilbert Bayes, made by J. W. Singer (p. 59)

a, b. Ornamental bronze chain-supports and mooring-rings on the embankment wall, modelled by Gilbert Bayes, made by J. W. Singer (p. 59)


c, d. 'Education' and 'Open Spaces'. Sculpture by A. F. Hardiman on Section D (p. 97)

c, d. 'Education' and 'Open Spaces'. Sculpture by A. F. Hardiman on Section D (p. 97)


e (left). Foundry of J. W. Singer and Sons, Frome, c. 1910, with the lion's-head mooring rings for County Hall on the floor. The lions couchant gardant, being cast at the same time, were modelled by J.M. Swan for the Cecil Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town

e (left). Foundry of J. W. Singer and Sons, Frome, c. 1910, with the lion's-head mooring rings for County Hall on the floor. The lions couchant gardant, being cast at the same time, were modelled by J.M. Swan for the Cecil Rhodes Memorial in Cape Town