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Hope

Photo credit: Tracy Jenkins / Art UK

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Hope, holding an anchor and gazing up to the church tower, is set on a plinth behind the large funerary slab of the Walford family. The inscriptions are now illegible. The area was originally surrounded by railings and a now very decrepit iron gate.

Date

c.1842

Medium

sandstone & stone

Measurements

H 150 x W (?) x D (?) cm;
Plinth: H 70 x W 50 x D 50 cm

Accession number

IP13_TJ_S102

Acquisition method

commissioned by Reverend Ellis Walford 

Work type

Sculpture

Owner

St Mary's Parochial Church Council 

Custodian

St Mary's Parochial Church Council 

Work status

extant

Access

at all times

Signature/marks description

MW Johnson […] London


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Located at

Church Road, Dallinghoo

IP13 0LA

Positioned within a gated area north-west of the Church.