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Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)
Prince Albert (1819–1861)

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A memorial statue of Prince Albert, shown wearing the robes of the Great Master of the Order of the Bath, the only order of which Queen Victoria was not the head. The robes were suggested by Baron Carlo Marochetti, one of three sculptors consulted, before work began on the first colossal statue of Prince Albert. The statue is set in front of the entrance to the school, so that Prince Albert turns to look towards the main entrance. The statue is a version of the Durham's 'Prince Albert' of 1863 on the monument commemorating the 1851 Exhibition.
Title

Prince Albert (1819–1861)

Date

1864–1865

Medium

bronze & Aberdeen granite

Measurements

H 220 x W 87 x D 85 cm

Accession number

IP13_TJ_S060

Acquisition method

commissioned by Sir Thomas Lucas Bart, School Governor

Work type

Statue

Owner

Framlingham College 

Custodian

Framlingham College 

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Listing date

18/12/85

Access

at all times

Signature/marks description

J. Durham Sc. London 1864 / Elkington and Co. Founders 

Inscription description

This statue of / PRINCE ALBERT / in memory of whom this school was founded / was erected by SIR THOMAS LUCAS BART / one of the original governors and founders 

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Located at

College Road, Framlingham

IP13 9AP

Set within the College forecourt.