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Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)
Charles James Fox (1749–1806)

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The statue depicts Charles Fox on a pedestal above three steps and a plinth. It faces outwards towards the road. He is seated and dressed in consular robes and sandals. With his right hand he holds the Magna Carta, and the seal of the scroll closely imitates the original in the British Museum. On each face of the pedestal is a recessed panel. On the north face, in Roman letters made of brass (two of which are slightly damaged).
Title

Charles James Fox (1749–1806)

Date

1814

Medium

bronze, granite & Portland stone

Accession number

NW1_CRH_S093

Acquisition method

purchased by public subscription

Work type

Statue

Owner

Bedford Estates

Custodian

London Borough of Camden Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II* (England and Wales)

Unveiling date

19th June 1816

Listing date

24/10/51

Access

at all times

Inscription description

north face, Roman brass letters: CHARLES JAMES FOX / ERECTED / MDCCCXVI'

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Located at

Bloomsbury Square Garden, Camden

WC1A 2NS

Located at the north side of the garden.