Intended statues for Waterloo Place by JL Marks

Intended statues for Waterloo Place

JL Marks

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Intended statues for Waterloo Place

JL Marks

'Intended statues for Waterloo Place', 1821. Two large figures on a low pedestal embracing. King George IV is shown as Bacchus and Lady Conyngham as Ariadne. Against the pedestal leans a portfolio which says 'Lady C......'s attitudes suppressed'. Lord Conyngham stands on the left, sprouting antlers. Lady Elizabeth Conyngham was one of the King's mistresses.

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  • London Metropolitan Archives (City of London)

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