We are carrying out research on the pieces on these pages.
If you have further information or revisions to the material above please contact me, Dave Ball, by e-mail or telephone: 0114 225 6213 with the details.
We would also like to hear from you with details of any sculptures or monuments which we may have missed.
We are very grateful for any additional information which you may be able to give us.
|ArtistMaker:||WADE and TURNER|
|TitleOfWork:||various heads including Queen Victoria|
|DescriptionOfPhoto:||Eagle, Lion's head, Lord Palmerston?, young Queen Victoria ?|
|Dimensions:||(from 45 cm high, 40 cm wide and 35 cm in depth)|
|Location:||The Queen's Hotel, Regent Street. (SE435407)|
|Street:||Regent and Eldon Streets|
|ImageCopyright:||Sheffield Hallam University|
|Description: Above the windows of the ground floor are a number of carved portrait heads of Victorian men and women, including a young Queen Victoria. Also that of Henry Richardson, first Mayor of Barnsley, on the Eldon Street facade. These are from 45 cm high, 40 cm wide and 35 cm in depth. They cover the facades on both streets.
Above first floor level there is extensive floral decoration and lions heads and further less ornate carving above the second floor windows. A row of cherub heads appears below the balustrade at roof level.
Commission: The hotel was built for James Fox a local wine merchant.
Questions: We are trying to identify the various heads.