The Reform Club, London. 104-5 Pall Mall, London. Architect: Charles Barry. 1837. A portion of the Traveller's Club (1819), also designed by Barry, appears at the left. Photograph 2011 George P. Landow.
Selected examples of sculpture in the Reform Club
Left to right: Three busts by Mathew Noble — Cromwell, Palmerston and Cobden — and two by John Acton-Adams — Gladstone, and Brougham.
The architectural setting of the marble portrait busts. A bust of the young Queen Victoria appears in the center of this photograph.
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Portrait busts in the Reform Club and related material
- Four preparatory drawings for the the Reform Club
- Henry Brougham, 1st Baron Brougham and Vaux (John Acton-Adams)
- Charles Bullers (Henry Weekes)
- Richard Cobden (Matthew Noble)
- Oliver Cromwell (Matthew Noble)
- William Gladstone (John Acton-Adams)
- Sir William Molesworth (William Behnes)
- Henry John Temple, Viscount Palmerston (Matthew Noble)
Last modified 8 June 2014