by Arthur George Walker, R.A. 1861-1936. 1917. St. Thomas’s Hospital Chapel (South aisle. On the wall of the second back from the chancel.). London SE1. Relief panel in plaster, painted white, in a frame of alabaster. Dimensions: frame: 1.41m high x 1.13m wide; relief: 89cm high x 67 cm wide Signed with the artist’s monogram at lower left: an intertwined A, G and W (Cavanagh).
Related Material: Walker's Statue and Bas Reliefs on the Crimean War Memorial
- Florence Nightingale Memorial
- Florence Nightingale [at hospital door as wounded soldiers arrive.]
- Florence Nightingale [in hospital, advising]
- Florence Nightingale meeting with senior officers
- Florence Nightingale [in old age surrounded” by her nurses]
St. Thomas Hospital and sculpture in its chapel
- St. Thomas's Hospital (1865) seen from Westminster Bridge
- Thomas Becket by B. Child
- Memorial to Florence Nightingale by Arthur George Walker
- Reredos by George Tinworth
- Memorial to Sarah Elizabeth Wardroper [The Good Samaritan] by George Tinworth
Photographs by Robert Freidus. Caption material from Terry Cavanagh. Formatting and perspective correction by George P. Landow. [You may use this image without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL.]
Beattie, Susan. The New Sculpture. New Haven: Yale University Press, 1983.
Cavanagh, Terry. Public Sculpture of the South London. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 2007.
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