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Hi everybody!

There seem to be a couple of  “still lifes” in William England’s series “Gems of Statuary by Eminent Sculptors”. I know of a skeleton leaves stereo view entitled “Beautiful in Death” and a floral arrangement – “A Thing of Beauty is a Joy forever”. Are there any more? It would be great if you could share information and/or provide scans (also of “A Thing of Beauty”). Many thanks for your support!

Best regards

Gerlind

(e-mail: william.england@web.de)

 

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Hi Gerlind

if you look on Brian May's London Stereoscopic Company website you will see examples of these still-lifes which he has ascribed to TR Williams

regards

Peter

Hi Peter

Thanks for your reply. Yes, I know the TRW skeleton leaves view. In the meantime I have already received a scan of the WE view I was looking for. 

Best

Gerlind


Peter Blair said:

Hi Gerlind

if you look on Brian May's London Stereoscopic Company website you will see examples of these still-lifes which he has ascribed to TR Williams

regards

Peter

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