Search Results for: "Chatham Historic Dockyard"
Semi-nude bust, half-length with shaggy hair and beard.
A portrait male bust in uniform and sash, scaled armour at the shoulders, half-length. Rather naïve in style.
A full-length female figure dressed in an 18th century petticoat and gown, striding forward and holding a torch in her right hand. A lock of hair over her right shoulder, right breast bared and the head turned to the left.
Female three-quarter-length bust. She is dressed in a tight bodice and full skirt, with a high frilled collar. She has flowers in her hair and her arms are draped.
A head of a large sea animal.
Half-length male figure representing the admiral in full-dress uniform wearing a ribbon and the star of the Order of the Garter. The right arm is placed across the waist, the hand now missing. The left hand is shown grasping the hilt of a sword.
Male bust with thick black wavy hair and thick sideburns. He is wearing an open-necked jacket with large buttons. The shirt collar is worn outside the jacket.
Crowned male demi-head. It originally depicted a half-length figure of Jupiter. After both arms had been replaced, the figurehead acquired a trident and was converted to a figure of Neptune.
Male bust, bearded, classical drapes across one shoulder.
Short female bust with flowers in her hair. She has a frilled collar and is draped in a red cloak with a lion’s head clasp.
Male, three-quarter-length figure, in uniform and plumed hat. He is shown with a beard and moustache. Both arms are fully carved, the left one pointing forward.
A bust of Britannia, in plumed helmet and scaled armour. Her shoulders are draped.
Female three-quarter-length bust, wearing a dress with frilled sleeves, one breast bare. Her long hair has been tied back in a ponytail. The carving is currently (2013) painted with a blue dress and reddish blonde hair.
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