Death mask of Isaac Newton Michael Rysbrack
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Death mask of Isaac Newton
Three-quarter view of the death mask of Isaac Newton. This death mask is one of several prepared shortly after Newton's death, probably by the artist Michael Rysbrack. Rysbrack used the likeness to sculpt Newton's features in marble for his tomb at Westminster Abbey. This mask was owned by the 18th century French sculptor Louis-FranÃ¾ois Roubiliac, who carved a marble bust of Newton (now at Trinity College Cambridge).
- Image reference: RS-8494
- The Royal Society
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