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Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (1883–1915)
Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (1883–1915)
Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (1883–1915)
Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (1883–1915)
Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (1883–1915)
Lord Ninian Crichton Stuart (1883–1915)

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The subject is shown standing, in military uniform, his right hand holding a pair of binoculars (its case hanging at his back), his left hand holding a riding crop and sheaf of papers. The figure is mounted on a moulded hexagonal pedestal.

Date

1916–1917

Medium

bronze & Peterhead granite

Measurements

H 198 x W (?) x D (?) cm;
Plinth: H 213 x W (?) x D (?) cm

Accession number

CF10_MWB_S081

Acquisition method

funded by public subscription

Work type

Statue

Owner

Cardiff Council

Custodian

Cardiff Council

Work status

extant

Listing status

Grade II (England and Wales)

Unveiling date

9th August 1919

Listing date

19/05/75

Access

at all times

Signature/marks description

on the rear of the base of the statue on the right side: A.B.BURTON / FOUNDER; on the left of the front of the base: W. GOSCOMBE JOHN / RA

Inscription description

inscribed on the front of the pedestal: LORD NINIAN EDWARD / CRICHTON STUART / MEMBER OF PARLIAMENT / FOR CARDIFF / COWBRIDGE & LLANTRISANT / LIEUT-COLONEL 6TH BATT / WELSH REG-TERRITORIAL / BORN 15TH MAY 1883 / FELL IN FRANCE / AT THE BATTLE OF LOOS / FIGHTING BRAVELY / FOR HIS COUNTRY / 2ND OCTOBER 1915.


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Located at

Gorsedd Gardens,

CF10 3NP