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A sketch model of Judith, one of three Old Testament figures proposed by Alfred Stevens for the decoration of the dome in St Paul’s Cathedral, London (it was intended to go in one of the niches around the Whispering Gallery beneath the great dome). Between 1862 and 1865, Stevens was commissioned to produce designs for the proposed redecoration of St Paul’s, a project that did not, in the end, come to fruition.
H 23.4 x W 11.4 x D (?) cm
gift from Charles Shannon and Charles Ricketts