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Memorial to Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens
Memorial to Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens
Memorial to Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens
Memorial to Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens
Memorial to Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens
Memorial to Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens

Photo credit: Jennette Russell / Art UK

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Medium

plaster

Measurements

H 175 x W 175 x D (?) cm

Accession number

SW3_JR_S041

Work type

Relief

Owner

Royal Hospital Chelsea

Custodian

Royal Hospital Chelsea

Work status

extant

Access

time restrictions apply

Access note

Royal Hospital opening times.

Inscription description

plaque: Major General Arthur Wellesley Torrens K.C.B. / Mortally wounded at Inkerman 5th November 1854 / when in command of 1st Brigade 4th Division


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Located at

Royal Hospital Chelsea, Chelsea

SW3 4SR

Located at Figure Court, on the cloister wall, to the right.