A small-scale sculpture of a three-dimensional figure or animal carved or modelled on all sides, usually much smaller than life-size. Bronze statuettes were popular among collectors in the ancient world and in Europe from the fifteenth century onwards.
by Amoy Chinqua
King George III
by Francis Philibert Hardenberg
by Lucius Gahagan
Sir James Dewar
by Carmelo Cernigliari-Melilli
Sir Robert Ludwig Mond
by Edward (Edouard) Lanteri
by Henry Poole
Tudor and Elizabethan matching pairs
Test your memory by playing our matching pairs game. Three levels of difficulty make it fun for the whole family.
Regency familiar faces
Rearrange tiles to uncover sitters from the Gallery's Collection by playing our puzzle game.
Who do you think you were?
Answer a few lifestyle questions about the Elizabethan period and discover your inner Elizabethan!