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Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar
Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar
Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar
Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar
Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar
Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar
Godfrey Morgan (1831–1913), Lord Tredegar

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Godfrey Morgan, 2nd Baron, 1st Viscount Tredegar (1831–1913) survived the Charge of the Light Brigade in the Crimean War. He was a popular benefactor to public institutions in Newport. The bust is similar to a statue of Viscount Tredegar by the same artist, standing in Cathays Park, Cardiff.

Newport Museum and Art Gallery







H 74.5 x W 52 x D 30 cm;
Plinth: H 123.5 x W 64 x D 64 cm

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Acquisition method

unknown acquisition method

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Signature/marks description

side of bust: W. Goscombe. John. R.A. 1909.

Inscription description

front of plinth: Godfrey·Charles / Viscount·Tredaegar / Lord·Lieutenant / of·the / County·of·Monmouth / Chairman·of·the / County·Council / 1902~1903 ; bottom of plinth: Presented·to·the / County·of·Monmouth / by·the·subscribers / to·the·Tredegar·Tribute / 1909


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John Frost Square, Newport, Newport (Casnewydd) NP20 1PA Wales

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