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Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)
Bernhard Baron (1850–1929)

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Bernhard Baron was a tobacco manufacturer and philanthropist. In the later years of his life, he engaged in charity on a grand scale, contributing over £750,000 to hospitals including The London Hospital, as well as endowing a trust for the benefit of hospital and asylum patients. A duplicate version of this bust is held in the Royal London Hospital collection, catalogued as RLHINV/983.

The Royal London Hospital Museum

London


Date

1928

Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 52 x W 17 x D 24 cm;
Plinth: H 15 x W 15 x D 15 cm

Accession number

RLHINV/806

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

back, right: Reid Dick 1928


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