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The Sculptor Prince?
Victor Gleichen (1833-91), nephew of Queen Victoria, was a moderately successful sculptor in late-nineteenth-century London. The Henry Moore Institute Archive contains a rare album of photographs showing the contents of the display gallery in his studio in St James's Palace, London.
The carefully staged photographs, likely taken by Gleichen's studio foreman, show the studio and works in various states of completion, from sketch models to finished marbles. As a member of the royal family he had an ability to secure commissions from the highest echelons of the capital's elite, as well as earning the enmity of his fellow sculptors and ensuring he was never taken seriously as a professional artist.
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Venue: Henry Moore Institute
74 The Headrow
LS1 3AH 53.800030, -1.547432
Enquiries: 0113 246 7467
→ Leeds 7 min walk