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Lord Holland statue Lord Holland statue

Statue: Lord Holland statue

Erection date: 1926


{On the front of the plinth:}
Lord Holland, born MDCCLXXIII, died MDCCCXL {1773 - 1840}

Yet anonther lazy London statue - see Peabody for our log of all the seated statues that we've found.

The sculpture is by Watts, with Boehm providing technical casting assistance (we thank Bob Speel for this information). Wikipedia has this being created in 1872 and unveiled in 1926.

Site: Lord Holland statue (1 memorial)

W8, Holland Park

During this (the third) Lord Holland's time Holland House became a social, cultural and political hub, visited by, amongst others,: Byron, Macaulay, Campbell, Disraeli, Dickens, Scott.

The Library Time Machine has a 1980 photo showing this statue, somewhere in Holland Park, but on dry land and on a different base. We wonder if the pond was created around it to protect it from vandals.

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Lord Holland, Henry Richard Vassall-Fox, 3rd Baron Holland

Whig politician. Grandson of the first Baron, and nephew of Charles James Fox...

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Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm

Born Vienna, educated England, granted English citizenship 1865. Sculptor in ...

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G. F. Watts

Born in London. His piano-making father named him after Handel. Married brief...

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