Soane Inigo Jones bust


Famous for designing The Queen’s House, Greenwich, Inigo Jones also designed the square of Lincoln’s Inn Fields, where the Soane’s Museum resides and where the alabaster bust of the original statue is housed.

Jones’ most famous work was The Queen’s House, Greenwich, London. He also designed The Banqueting House, Whitehall.

The original marble bust now resides at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire.

  • Available in a range of colours
  • A classic, robust and frost-proof bust that will weather over time and last for many years
  • Elevate with a Haddonstone pedestal for greater prominence and visibility.  We recommend the 31 inch Elizabethan Plinth, Tuscan Pedestal and Adam Pedestal
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Delivery information
  • Dimensions and weights
    Dimensions Metric Imperial
    height 630 mm 24 3/4”
    weight 53 kg 117 lb
    width of socle 235 mm 9 1/4”
    width of bust 480 mm 19”
  • Product information

    SKU: HE870

    It has been widely noted that much of the renaissance architecture that we see today takes its inspiration from classical origins, but it was Inigo Jones (1573-1652) who first brought classical architecture as a concept to Britain and ultimately America. A student of the great Andrea Palladio (1508-1580), Jones travelled to Italy before being appointed as Surveyor General of the King’s Works in 1615.

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