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John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)
John Nash (1752–1835)

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The Royal Institute of British Architects



John Nash (1752–1835)




painted plaster


H 62 x W 36 x D 24 cm

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Acquisition method

presented by the sculptor, 1838

Work type


Signature/marks description

W. BEHNES. Sculptor. / London. 1838

Inscription description

on front of socle: J. NASH


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The Royal Institute of British Architects

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