Charles Leonard Hartwell Bronze ‘Call of the Sea’


Product Code:2122214

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Call of the Sea by Charles Leonard Hartwell RA (1873-1951). A rich brown/green patinated study in bronze of a young maiden in reverie set on an integral bronze plinth inscribed with lines from the poem The Sands of Dee by Charles Kingsley.

Signed CL HARTWELL to plinth.

Dimensions: H 49cm W 12.5cm D 12.5cm

Origin: English

Date: Circa 1920

Hartwell was sculptor of the bronze Memorial to Field-Marshal Sir Henry Wilson next to Liverpool Street Station in London. As part of the Chantrey Bequest. Tate Britain now holds his A Foul in the Giants’ Race (a group of Indian elephants and their riders. 1908) and Dawn (a rather typically dreamy New Sculpture piece in marble. c.1909-1914).

Item Number: 02122214

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Weight3000 g


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