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Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)
Sir Robert Hadfield (1858–1940)

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A head and shoulders portrait bust on green marble pedestal. Sir Robert Hadfield was a member of the council 1906–1940, benefactor to the university and 1911 Hon D. Met. The sculptor Frederick James Halnon studied at Goldsmith's College under Alfred Drury and exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1904.

University of Sheffield, Heritage Collection

Sheffield


Medium

bronze

Measurements

H 48 x W 49.5 x D 27 cm;
Plinth: H 16 x W 22.2 x D 20.3 cm

Accession number

530

Acquisition method

gift from Sir Robert Hatfield

Work type

Bust

Signature/marks description

F. HALNON


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University of Sheffield, Heritage Collection

University of Sheffield, Western Bank, Sheffield, South Yorkshire S10 2TN England

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