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Mirth
Mirth
Mirth
Mirth
Mirth
Mirth

Photo credit: The Stroud District (Cowle) Museum Trust Collection

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A sculptural head of a young girl made of white material on a green granite base. It is thought to be ‘Mirth’ by Joshua Walls and is reputed to have been in the Subscription Rooms at Stroud with ‘Wrath’ (CM.4274).

The Museum in the Park

Stroud


Medium

plaster & granite

Accession number

cm.4273

Acquisition method

unknown

Work type

Sculpture


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