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Hugh McCalmont Cairns (1819–1885), 1st Earl Cairns, Lord Chancellor
Hugh McCalmont Cairns (1819–1885), 1st Earl Cairns, Lord Chancellor
Hugh McCalmont Cairns (1819–1885), 1st Earl Cairns, Lord Chancellor
Hugh McCalmont Cairns (1819–1885), 1st Earl Cairns, Lord Chancellor
Hugh McCalmont Cairns (1819–1885), 1st Earl Cairns, Lord Chancellor

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Government Art Collection

London


Date

1888

Medium

marble

Measurements

H 76 x W 60 x D 33 cm

Accession number

RCJ15402

Acquisition method

presented by the 2nd Earl Cairns, c.1888–1890

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

on verso: Albert Bruce Joy Sc 1888

Inscription description

on plinth: HUGH MC. CALMONT / 1ST. EARL CAIRNS / LORD HIGH CHANCELLOR / 1868, 1874–1889 / PRESENTED BY HIS SON


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