A Bronze Memorial

Sir George Frampton

Source: 1898 Academy Architecture and Architectural Review

The memorial, which features lapis lazuli and copper as well as bronze, was to Charles Mitchell. It was installed in St George's Church, Jesmond, near Newcastle. The central figures at the bottom may look like (or even be) Frampton's Arthurian heroines, but were intended to represent various virtues. See "Memorial to Charles Mitchell."

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