Queen unveils Nemon Bust
7 Nov 2009
HRH and Duke of Edinburgh
HRH and Duke of Edinburgh
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The Sculptor's Family
The Sculptor's Family
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On October 20, HRH The Queen unveiled a bust which had been done some 30 years earlier by Oscar Nemon. His daughter, Aurelia is the wife of Sir George Young and, together with other members of Oscar Nemon's family, they were present for the occasion. "The bust is now in the Royal Robing room, at one end of the House of Lords, and is one of a number of Oscar Nemon's works in The Palace of Westminster. Perhaps the best known is his Winston Churchill in the Member's Lobby; but there are also busts of Harold Macmillan and Manny Shinwell elsewhere in the Palace." In the second picture, to the left of the bust are Sir George and Lady Young with, on their left their four children Hugo, Gerry, Camilla and Sophia, together with Gerry's wife Marianne. With thanks to Deryck Sands for the photographs
 
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