32 objects are associated with this tag (a maximum of 30 are shown here).
Plaster bust of the English actor Howard Marion Crawford (1914-1969), by Cecil Thomas, ca. 1935, Transferred to Theatre Museum from Sculpture Department.
Chimneypiece, stone, from the Bishop's House, Bath Street, Birmingham, by Augustus W.N. Pugin, England, ca. 1840-1
Relief, terracotta, Christ's triumphant entry into Jerusalem, by George Tinworth, English, 1881
Bust, marble, of Christ, by Holme Cardwell, after the original by Bertel Thorvaldsen, Rome, 1865
Pair of pedestals
Wood, carved, painted and gilt. The pedestal is rectangular with a tapering shaft. The projecting cornice is carved with leaf mouldings and the frieze with three circular foliage paterae between swags of husks attached to smaller paterae. On three sides the shaft has sunk panels enclosed within leaf mouldings and decorated with interlacing sprays of leaves and berries designed as pendants. The plinth is carved at the top with two rows of decorated mouldings. The back of the pedestal, intended to stand against a wall, is without ornament.
Relief, limewood, profile portrait of Inigo Jones, by an unknown artist, England, ca. 1750
Panel, marble, inscribed 'SOL GLORIA MUNDI', by an anonymous student of the Leicester College, Leicester, ca. 1924
Memorial tablet, slate, gilded and coloured, in memory of John Stephen Crocket, by Laurence Arthur Turner, England, 1925
Memorial tablet, Hopton Wood stone, to commemorate Museum personnel killed in the First World War, by Eric Gill, England, 1919-20
Statue, bronze on red marble base, of male and female nude figures, by Maurice Lambert, British, ca. 1930-1932
Bust, plaster, 'My Own Little Girl', signed and dated 'Schultze 1859', British, 1859
Statue, plaster, 'Lord William George Frederic Cavendish Bentinck (1802-1848)', by William Behnes, England, ca. 1853
Bust, plaster, 'John Singleton Copley, 1st Baron Lyndhurst (1722-1863)'created Baron Lyndhurst in 1827, by William Behnes, England, 1841
Bust, plaster, 'Duchess of Somerset' (perhaps Lady Emily Somerset), by William Behnes, England, 1866
Group, bronze, ' Venetian Boy Catching a Crab', by Henrietta Skerrett Montalba, English, made in Venice, ca. 1893
Statue, terracotta, The Westminster Boy, by Percival Ball, England, 1873
Medallion, bronze, Emperor Nero, after the reverse of a medal by Filarete, this copy possibly Italian, 19th century