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The half-horned or half-hornless woodland spirit

Let me introduce you to one of the Terms in the gardens of Kew Palace. There are five marble statues of woodland spirits lined up close to the River Thames, watching over the Palace. The group is believed to have been acquired by Frederick, Prince of Wales in the 1730s, making it some of the oldest statuary in Kew Gardens.

Kew Gardens, London, April 2021


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Copyright Debbie Smyth, 1 May 2021

Posted as part of Six Word Saturday

49 replies »

  1. I didn’t know the provenance of these statutes so another bit of history to write on to the hard-disk of my brain! It’s nearly full up or that’s my excuse anyway for forgetting so much these days.

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  2. This reminds me of visits to the Cleveland Museum of Art when the girls were little. When we looked at the Greek and Roman statues, they wanted to know why the statues didn’t have heads (or arms or whatever.) 🙂 Here’s my offering from our trip to San Diego last weekend. It was so tasty!

    A feast for the eyes too

    janet

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