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Terrence Cuneo statue Terrence Cuneo statue

Statue: Terrence Cuneo statue

Erection date: 26/10/2004

Inscription

Cuneo

{Brass plaque on the front of the plinth, to the right:}
This sculpture was unveiled by HRH The Princess Royal, 26th October 2004.

{Brass plaque on the front of the plinth, to the left:}
Terrence Tenison Cuneo, CVO, OBE, RGI, 1907 - 1996.

{Brass plaque on the left side of the plinth:}
This sculpture of the painter Terrence Cuneo was erected by the Trustees of The Terrence Cuneo Memorial Trust.
Thanks to the generosity of his many friends and admirers. Sculpture by Philip Jackson FRBS, FRSA.

Site: Terrence Cuneo statue (1 memorial)

SE1, Waterloo Station

See that book on the floor behind Cuneo?  It hides a wee mouse, like those often found in Cuneo's paintings. 

July 2014 Kent Online informs us that this statue has been moved to Brompton Barracks Medway.  Cuneo didn't just paint trains, he was also "widely regarded as one of the greatest military painters in the world."

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Terence Tenison Cuneo

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Philip Jackson

Sculptor.  Born Inverness. Studio in Midhurst, West Sussex. Other works: gian...

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