Metope The Circus Bath 37

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cm white mount - acid free, extra thick smooth white mount board with a white core

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Above the doorways, a band of 525 mysterious motifs, known as metopes, encircle the Circus, each one engaging historians and theorists as to their meaning. Freemasonry and alchemy the most popular, simple copies from a contemporary pattern book the least romantic, these unique symbols combined with the visionary architecture of John Wood, makes the Circus one of the most important buildings of its time. Photographed by Rob Yeatman.

SKU: 12713

CABINET ID: 201392

COLLECTION REFERENCE: c37

COPYRIGHT HOLDER: Donation - Rob Yeatman

COLLECTION LOCATION: Private Collection

ORIGINAL WIDTH (mm): 50

ORIGINAL HEIGHT (mm): 15