ALFRED RUSSEL WALLACE STATUE
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Seven-foot tall bronze statue of the great 19th-century biologist, Alfred Russel Wallace. The statue was unveiled by Sir David Attenborough at the Natural History Museum of London on the 7th of November 2013 – the first new statue commissioned for the Museum in more than 80 years.
Note: the statue has now been moved to the interior gallery of the Museum, in the main hall.
Dimensions: Life-size +10%
Bronze: Unique casting
“It has been an enormous pleasure for me to sculpt this statue [of Alfred Russel Wallace]. I have admired the man and his work for many years, and to help commemorate his life for such an august institution is truly an honour.”
View of the main hall of the Natural History Museum.