St. George

Francis Derwent Wood, R.A. (1871-1926)

Before 1905

Bronze

Source: The Studio

“There is a long succession of statues, reliefs, and statuettes, like his Ophelia, Cupid and Psyche , Leda, St. George, and the mural monument which has for its motive, Love and Life, Sacred and Profane , in all of which can be perceived the purposeful and intelligent working out of a very consistent aesthetic intention. Undoubtedly he has in ” — W. K. West, The Studio (1905): 298

Text and image correction by George P. Landow

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