Paris 1867

LondonGazetteParis1867

DUDLEY. NEW FONT AND FOUNTAIN FOR DUDLEY. – The Art Journal for June, contains in its catalogue of the Paris Exhibition, two engravings from a font, and the reduced model of a fountain, the former to be placed in the church of St. Thomas, Dudley, the latter in the Market-place, both being munificent gifts of the Earl of Dudley, to that town. They are the works of Messrs. Forsyth, the eminent sculptors of London and Worcester. The Art Journal says the works are of the highest order, designed with great ability and executed with consummate skill. [Worcester Journal 15.06.1867 p8]

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