Le Quesnoy – Memorial

Title

Le Quesnoy – Memorial

Subject

Le Quesnoy (Nord, France)
Reliefs (sculptures)
War memorials
Battlefields
Memorials (monuments)
Architecture (object genre)

Description

The New Zealand battle exploit memorial in situ at Le Quesnoy with wreaths

Creator

Attributed to Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933)

Source

First World War Memorials sub-collection, Lantern Slide Collection, Art History & Theory Visual Resources Collection

Date

1924 (? label inscription)

Rights

Some rights reserved CC-BY

Accession Number

LS.01.0061

Original Format

B & w transparency, lantern slide

Materials

Photographic emulsion, paper, glass

Physical Dimensions

82 x 82 x 2.5mm (w x h x d)

Image Dimensions

71.5 x 45mm (w x h) approx. framed by internal mat (with curved corners)

Inscription

"Le Quesnoy – Sculpture 1921 [or 1924?]", top slide edge

Other ID

62 (tape on slide face)

Location

Le Quesnoy (Nord, France)

Associated Person(s)

Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933), Félix-Alfred Desruelles (1865–1943), Alexander Roderick Fraser (1877–1953)

Subject Heading

First World War Memorials

Collection

Citation

Attributed to Samuel Hurst Seager (1855–1933), “Le Quesnoy – Memorial,” Illumination & Commemoration, accessed June 26, 2019, http://seagerlanternslides.nz/items/show/69.

Output Formats

Geolocation