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Woman's face and garland

Woman's face and garland Location: Axis Building, corner of Wellington Place and the Strand, London WC2. [Click on images for larger pictures.]

Woman's face and garland

The sculpture's architectural setting (over the corner entrance of the building at right) — a wonderful amalgam (or concatenation) of architectural styles that range from the Lyceum Theatre's neoclassical columns to the Northern-Renaissance revival (with a touch of Norman Shaw) on the 1903 building across the street. On the right in the distance one sees the brown brick that one finds on so many late-eighteenth- and early-nineteenth-century London buildings.

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