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A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone
A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone

Photo credit: Sir John Soane’s Museum

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This plaster figure was probably the preparatory model for the marble version at Castle Howard (and exhibited at the Royal Academy of Arts in 1828). The marble was destroyed in a fire in November 1940.

Sir John Soane’s Museum

London

Title

A Nymph Unclasping Her Zone

Date

c.1824

Medium

plaster

Measurements

H 180 x W 60 x D 60 cm (E)

Accession number

HR3

Acquisition method

acquired by Sir John Soane, before 1837

Work type

Statue

Inscription description

on plinth: A NYMPH. / BY SIR R. WESTMACOTT RA 1755–1856. / FROM THE ORIGINAL AT CASTLE HOWARD.

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