Edward Hodges Baily
Artist Alfred Benjamin Wyon (British, 1837–1884)
Object Place: London, Great Britain
Diameter and weight: 55 mm (2 3/16 in.)
Medium or Technique
Not On View
Circular medal of Edward Hodges Baily (1788-1867), commissioned by the Art Union of London.
Obverse: Profile bust of Baily looking to proper right; inscribed at edge “E.H.BAILY R.A. 1788-1867” and under bust “A.B. WYON”.
Reverse: Sculpture of reclining nude woman with proper left arm across chest; inscribed on base of sculpture “E.H.BAILY R.A.”, under sculpture “A.B.WYON SC”, and below “1882/ART-UNION OF LONDON”.
Obverse: Inscribed at edge "E.H.BAILY R.A. 1788-1867" and under bust "A.B. WYON".
Reverse: Inscribed on base of sculpture "E.H.BAILY R.A.", under sculpture "A.B.WYON SC", and below "1882/ART-UNION OF LONDON".
By 1926, Henry G. Pickering; 1926, gift of Henry G. Pickering to the MFA. (Accession Date: December 2, 1926)
Gift of Henry G. Pickering