The Pelican Life Insurance Company entablature, 1797-8
3 0 c m
40cm
actual image size: 32cm x 22cm

The Pelican Life Insurance Company entablature, 1797-8

Eleanor Coade

© Museum of London

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The Pelican Life Insurance Company entablature. It is an allegorical group of neo-classical statuary made as an over-door group for the Pelican Life Insurance Office at 70 Lombard Street. It was made by John de Vaere at the Coade Stone Factory in 1797 and based on the drawings by Lady Diana Beauclerk.
 

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Date

1797 AD - 1798 AD
 

Image Number

006328
 

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