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Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias
Henry Irving (1838–1905) as Mathias

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A limited edition (15/50) resin statuette of Sir Henry Irving as Mathias from the play 'The Bells'. The work shows a kneeling Irving in his thirties. This statuette was produced by the Irving Society to mark the centenary of Sir Henry Irving's death in 2005. The work is numbered and signed by the artist.

Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum

Bournemouth


Date

2005

Medium

resin

Measurements

H 33 x W 27.5 x D 19 cm

Accession number

BORGM:2011.21 BORGM

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Miss G. L. Sherrin, 1973

Work type

Statue


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