Statue of Sir Isaac Newton George E Madeley
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Statue of Sir Isaac Newton
Study of the statue by Louis Francois Roubilliac (1705?-1762) at Trinity College, Cambridge. Inscribed: "NEWTON Lithographed by G.E.Madeley [fl.1830-1854], 3 Wellington St. Strand MDCCCXXXVII from the original drawing by the late I.K.Baldry, Cambridge; in the possession of The Rev. C. Turnor, F.R.A.S. & F.S.A. (to whose family, the house at Woolsthorpe, County of Lincoln, in which Newton was born, belongs.) From the statue by Roubilliac, in the Chapel of Trin.Coll. Cambridge". Inscribed in pencil lower left "C T " [Charles Turnor].
Original: lithograph . 1837
- Image reference: RS-9414
- The Royal Society
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