Greetings to all. We ve had a few Diana bronzes in of late so thought we d draw your attention to them. In Roman mythology, Diana was considered the Goddess of the Hunt and hence is often depicted, as above, with spear or bow and arrow in hand. As for Princess Diana - I saw her once, circa 1995 as I drove down Kensington High Street, she was in a car next to me, I imagine being driven home to Kensington Palace. RIP.
Below we highlight some cool new Latest Acquisitions alongside - continuing in our Lost London series - a piece about Hogarth s tomb just off the A4 in Chiswick, London. The final resting place of William Hogarth, the great chronicler of London in the 1700s, most famously with his etching Gin Lane (1751) and proof that Londoners have always enjoyed various means of intoxication.
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