V&A (3)

I ended up in the Ceramics Galleries:-


I admired the small statuette of a Mourning Woman by Henry Cheere, done as a preparatory model for the tomb of Thomas Archer:-


And a bust of Napoleon done in 1805:-



4 thoughts on “V&A (3)

  1. marinavaizey says:

    I am curious – was anyone visiting the Ceramics Galleries? they are amongst the finest anywhere with of course a world class collection, a museum in itself, but the challenge as with the BM, Tate Britain, etc is to get people out of what seem to be the main galleries and around the museum, and somehow the 6th floor is beyond the ken of most visitors.

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