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Hereford Screen, V&A Museum, London

One of the monuments of high Victorian art, the choir screen – built as the focal point of Sir George Gilbert Scott’s renovation of Hereford Cathedral – is a masterpiece in the Gothic Revival style. Before its installation in the Cathedral it was a star exhibit at th
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Pala Period Hindu Gods, Southall Manor House and Park, Ealing, London

The intricate carved stone figures of Hindu gods are from the Indian Pala period (8 – 12 c) and are probably 12c. They are made from a very dense, hard, dark grey stone, with very fine carved detail. The building in Southhall dates back to the 15th century and the two Pala figur
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