Modern British Art by George Edward Wade: A Sergeant of the Grenadier Guards in Marching Order, circa 1920 | www.LLFA.uk

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George Edward Wade:
A Sergeant of the Grenadier Guards in Marching Order, circa 1920

Unframed (ref: 5339)
The original plaster, patinated with bronze coloured finish,  17" (43 cm.) high

Provenance: The Artist's Family 

Tags: war WW-1 Paintings



Provenance: The Artist's Family 


Wade's best know public works include his equestrian statue of Earl Haig once a familiar landmark on Castle Hill, Edinburgh, (now relocated within the Castle ground), and the young girl of the Embankment fountain (a replica of one for the Women's World Temperance Association), and the Cameron Highlander atop his war memorial in Inverness.


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