Public Monuments and Sculpture in Stoke-on-Trent & Newcastle-under-Lyme
Public Monuments and Sculpture in Stoke-on-Trent & Newcastle-under-Lyme
 

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Woodman at Old Hall Street, Hanley
 

Location: On the fašade of the public house corner of Goodson Street & Old Hall Street
Unveiling: c. 1880-1900
Commissioned by: The Woodman public house

 
Woodman - Hanley 
Woodman - Hanley 

Always known locally as the Woodman,
in 2000 was an Irish Theme Pub 'Scruffy Murphys' - later became 'No 3'

Old Hall Street, corner Goodson Street

 

 

Description:

A large relief depicting a man in brown clothing holding in an axe, against a background of trees and foliage.

The word 'WOODMAN' appears on a scroll in the upper left corner.

 

A large relief depicting a man in brown clothing holding in an axe, against a background of trees and foliage.
A large relief depicting a man in brown clothing holding in an axe, against a background of trees and foliage.

 


 

Materials:

Part of work

Material

Dimensions

Panel

Plaster, painted browns & greens 200cm high x 200cm wide x 10cm deep approx

 

 

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4 July 2008