Sir Thomas Brock, 'Sir Henry Tate' exhibited 1898

Sir Thomas Brock
Sir Henry Tate exhibited 1898
Bronze
object: 533 x 584 x 356 mm, 43.5 kg
Presented by subscribers 1898

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