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Artists Rifles HQ Artists Rifles HQ

Relief: Artists Rifles HQ

Inscription

{On the relief, below the heads:}
CVM MARTE MINERVA {Mars with Minerva}

{Below the relief:}
20th Middlesex Artists RV

To call this a memorial is stretching our definition to breaking point, but, hey, it's interesting and this cartouche medallion, by Brock, is a visual pleasure so we are having it.

Site: Artists Rifles HQ (1 memorial)

WC1, Duke's Road, The Place

Built For the Artists Rifles as a permanent HQ and drill hall in 1889, funded by members of the Regiment, by R. W. Edis, a colonel in the Artists Rifles and member of the LCC representing this area.  Grade II Listed.  Opened by the Prince of Wales.

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Artists Rifles HQ

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Artists Rifles

The 38th Middlesex (Artists') Rifle Volunteers was formed, in response to a t...

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Artists Rifles HQ

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Sir Thomas Brock

Sculptor. Born in Worcester.  Ornamental Passions has some comments on his wo...

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