Harry Hems Altar
An exceptional carved oak altar from the "The Ecclesiastical Art Works" of Harry Hems.
English, late 19th century.
Later dedication to the side panel.
Harry Hems (12 June 1842 – 5 January 1916) was an English architectural and ecclesiastical sculptor who was particularly inspired by Gothic architecture and a practitioner of Gothic Revival. A large part of the collection of medieval woodwork that he accumulated during his working life is now in the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
H:100 W:183 D:70 CM
H:39.5 W:72 D:27.7 INCHES