Ely Cathedral, A GrotesqueArtist(s)Frederick H. EvansArtist NationalityBritish (modern)Object Creation Date1897Medium & Supporthalftone print on paperDimensions
8 1/4 in x 6 in (21 cm x 15.3 cm);11 5/8 in x 8 1/8 in (29.5 cm x 20.7 cm)Credit LineGift of Margaret and Howard Bond
This photograph depicts a stone grotesque from Ely Cathedral. The shadows are pronounced in the print, creating a notable chiaroscuro. The grotesque is cropped so that there is more space at the bottom of the frame, a technique that Evans helped develop in regards to photographic display methods. On the right side of the image there is a large crack in the stone wall that extends from the mouth of the sculpture to the bottom of the frame.Physical Description
This image depicts a close-up view of a stone grotesque from Ely Cathedral. Primary Object ClassificationPhotographAdditional Object Classification(s)PrintCollection AreaPhotographyRights
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sculpture (visual works)
stone (worked rock)