Altar and Reredos, Holy Trinity Church. Sculptor: John Tweed. Architect: John Dando Sedding. 1890. Location: Sloane Street, London SW1. [Click on image to enlarge it.] According to Martin and Clare, "The angel lectern and spandrels of the nave and chancel arches were designed by Henry Hugh Armstead, the angels on the pillars of the Baroque chancel screen and panels in the choir stalls were designed by Frederick Pomeroy, the altar frontal of the entombment was carved by Harry Bates of the New Sculpture movement and the reredos is the work of John Tweed."

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Bibliography

Martin, Daniel, and Stephen Clare. "Holy Trinity: Cathedral of the Arts and Crafts." Web. 28 April 2013.


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