Thomas Hardy Statue
Thomas Hardy Statue is a statue of Thomas Hardy, located at Dorchester, Dorset, England. It was funded by public subscription to commemorate Hardy's life and works, three years after his death. Designed by Eric Kennington, the statue was unveiled on 2 September 1931 by Sir James Matthew Barrie. It has been a Grade II listed monument since 1950.
|Thomas Hardy Statue|
|Type||Bronze figure with stone podium|
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- Sheffield Daily Telegraph – Statue to Thomas Hardy – 6 August 1931 – page 4
- "STATUE OF THOMAS HARDY ON GRASS VERGE BETWEEN THE GROVE AND COLLITON WALK, Dorchester – 1110575". Historic England. 1950-05-08. Retrieved 2018-05-24.
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