Sculpture, London

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    After so many comments, here are links of the story behind this Sculpture.


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    1. luvlight 97 months ago | reply

      nice job on the composition

    2. 瑞士大龙 97 months ago | reply


    3. Colette~ 97 months ago | reply

      That's incredible.

    4. Yersinia 97 months ago | reply

      Just opposite St James' Palace on Marlborough Road?

    5. aka Jon Spence 97 months ago | reply

      Great shot. looks black and white at first glance, until you see the green in the top right corner.

    6. JudyGr 97 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm admin for a group called Almost Black and White, and we'd love to have your photo added to the group, after it's been guessed.

    7. Rolyatam 97 months ago | reply

      .... this is on Marlborough Road on the outer wall of Marlborough House, just off the Mall. Can't remember who it was celebrating - the Mrs of some C19th King.

    8. Rolyatam 97 months ago | reply

      it's Alexandra, the Mrs of Edward Vii according to wikipedia.

      bollocks, just noticed Yersinia already guessed it

    9. nofrills 97 months ago | reply

      Seen on the explore... Amazing capture of an Alfred Gilbert sculpture!

    10. mingito 97 months ago | reply

      THANK YOU for all your comments...

      actually i am not really know the history and the story of this sculpture, i just walk pass and catch my eyes.

      Thanks again.

    11. cassyyyy 97 months ago | reply

      i was in london two weeks ago and i remember seeing this sculpture from across the road. i wanted to have a closer look but i never had the chance, so it's cool seeing this picture!

    12. Sean Shimmel... wink back at the Reaper 97 months ago | reply

      What a study on soft highlights and curvy lines. Powerful


    13. garden sculptor 96 months ago | reply

      Alfred was quite an artist, too bad he sufferd so from bad money management. I think he was a jeweler on a grand scale.

    14. LeszekZadlo 82 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called 100 + Viewed Best Archaeology, Old Art & Ruins Photos (add 1, aw, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    15. display01 78 months ago | reply

      Hi, I'm an admin for a group called SCULPT, and we'd love to have this added to the group!

    16. BobbyBoogie1 48 months ago | reply

      Long time since any wrote about this.

      Alexandra was George V, (the King's Speech), Grandmother, and our beloved QE2's great nana, daughter-in-law of Queen Victoria

      if that spikes your interest...'s_Memorial_Ode

    17. Yersinia 48 months ago | reply

      You mean George VI, not V.

    18. Mr. Happy Face - Peace :) 14 months ago | reply

      Very Beautiful Image .. Well Captured. Season's Greetings to Your Family :)

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