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Sir John Barbirolli (1899–1970)
Sir John Barbirolli (1899–1970)
Sir John Barbirolli (1899–1970)
Sir John Barbirolli (1899–1970)
Sir John Barbirolli (1899–1970)

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A copy of a sculpture of Sir John Barbirolli conducting. The original sculpture forms part of a triptych by Byron Howard and is on display at Manchester Town Hall. The triptych was unveiled in 1975 by Evelyn Barbirolli. Byron Howard made a copy of each of the sculptures in the triptych and gave them to Michael Kennedy.

Royal Academy of Music

London


Date

1975

Medium

fibre glass & steel

Measurements

H 61 x W 60.9 x D 45.7 cm

Accession number

2017.5

Acquisition method

bequeathed by Michael Kennedy and presented to the Royal Academy of Music by Dr Joyce Kennedy, 2016

Work type

Statue


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