The Arts and Industries of Sheffield. by Frederick William Pomeroy (1857-1924). c. 1890. Town Hall, Sheffield. Architect: E. W. Mountford. [Click on this image to enlarge it.]

Harman and Minnis explain that the frieze on the left of the main entrance includes “architects, sculptors and artists together with workers in the fine trades — electroplaters, buffer girls, ivory turners and cutlers preceded by the goddess of light and knowledge” (63). (The first occupations appear on the previous plate.)

Related Material: other sculpture by Pomeroy on Sheffield's Town Hall

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Bibliography

Sheffield. Harman, Ruth, and John Minnis. Pevsner Architectural Guides. New Haven and London: Yale University Press. 2004.


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