Cardinal Newman, Statue, Brompton Oratory Complex
Type Statue , Building
The cardinal, facing front and slightly towards his feet, stands in a niche. He holds his hat and the right hand and a book in his left hand. The niche is set within a canopy supported by four columns. Above the canopy, a plinth supports a free standing carved figure. The niche has floral carvings on its sides and, below them, are coats of arms.
John Blackwood, London's Immortals.
Survey of London, XLI, Southern Kensington: Brompton, 1983.
On marble slab on south face of base, below figure, incised and in black coloured lettering:
JOHN HENRY/ CARDINAL NEWMAN/ 1801-1890
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