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Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group
Queen Anne (1665–1714) with Allegorical Group

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This sculpture is the original of a replica which stands outside St Paul's Cathedral. Queen Anne is represented standing, the crown on her head, the Order of St. George around her neck, and with a sceptre in her right hand and an orb in her left. The statue has a substantial oval self-base. The plinth is also oval in general section, with an elaborate cornice, and four projections, corresponding with the four surrounding allegorical figures. Between the projections are panels with frame mouldings. The whole structure stands on a circular platform. To the front of the plinth stands a cartouche with the Royal Arms which is supported by Britannia.


Date

1712

Medium

Carrara marble & stone

Measurements

H 250 x W 120 x D 100 cm;
Plinth: H 300 x W 238 x D (?) cm

Accession number

TN37_AM_S001

Acquisition method

committee for St Paul's Church

Work type

Statue

Owner

Hastings Borough Council

Custodian

Hastings Borough Council

Work status

extant

Unveiling date

7th July 1713

Listing date

14/09/76

Access

not accessible

Access note

On private land


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Located at

The Ridge, Hastings

TN37 7PT

In the private grounds of Holmhurst St. Mary's, Baldslow, next to St. Anne's House.