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Cathedral Church of St Michael, Coventry: the sculpture of 'St Michael subduing the Devil' dominating the entrance porch

RIBA2559-10
Epstein, Sir Jacob (1880-1959)
NOTES: The bronze sculpture of 'St Michael subduing the Devil' was executed by Jacob Epstein in 1958.

Cathedral Church of St Michael, Coventry: close-up of the sculpture of 'St Michael subduing the Devil' dominating the entrance porch

RIBA2726-18
Spence, Sir Basil (1907-1976)
NOTES: The bronze sculpture of 'St Michael subduing the Devil' was executed by Jacob Epstein in 1958.

German Pavilion, Barcelona: courtyard with sculpture 'Alba' by Georg Kolbe

RIBA4832
Kolbe, Georg (1877-1947)
NOTES: The German Pavilion was originally built for the International Exhibition 1929. It was rebuilt in 1986.

Peter Robinson, 65 Strand, London

RIBA5171
Lasdun, Sir Denys (1914-2001)
NOTES: This store was the first post-war building in England to make large scale use of bronze cladding. It was demolished in the 1990s

Aachen Cathedral (Kaiserdom): bronze gallery rail

RIBA5589
NOTES: The cathedral, also known as the Kaiserdom (Imperial Cathedral), was built by Charlemagne, the first Holy Roman Emperor, in 792-805. The Palatine Chapel, designed by Odo of Metz, holds the remains of Charlemagne (742-814) and was the site of coronations for 600 years.

Westminster Abbey, London: the gilt bronze tomb effigies of Henry VII and Elizabeth of York in the Lady Chapel

RIBA5618
Janyns, Robert, the Younger (fl. 1499-1506)
NOTES: The design of this chapel, built in 1503-1519, is attributed to the Henry VII's master masons Robert and William Vertue, and Robert Janyns. The gilt bronze effigies and Renaissance tomb were designed by Pietro Torrigiano in 1509-1517.

P & O Building, 122 Leadenhall Street, City of London

RIBA6447
Gollins Melvin Ward & Partners
NOTES: Also known as Indosuez House, this podium block was an exemplar of a glass-walled office building in Britain on its completion. It was demolished from the bottom-up in 2008 to make way for a new tower, nicknamed the 'Cheese Grater', designed by Sir Richard Rogers.

Cathedral Church of St Michael, Coventry: the steps and entrance porch with the bronze sculpture of 'St Michael subduing the Devil'

RIBA10454
Epstein, Sir Jacob (1880-1959)
NOTES: The bronze sculpture of 'St Michael subduing the Devil' was executed by Jacob Epstein in 1958.
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