Charles Darwin by Sir Joseph Edgar Boehm. Unveiled 1885. Marble. Natural History Museum, Brompton Road, London. This statue of Darwin replaced Brock's bronze of Sir Richard Owen, who now stands in a dark corner in a gallery at the left; T. H. Huxley is in a similar place on the right. [Click on these images for larger pictures.]

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