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Statue of John Parkinson, Palm House, Sefton Park

Statue of John Parkinson, Palm House, Sefton Park

Statue of John Parkinson by Leon-Joseph Chavalliaud, 1807, outside the Palm House, Sefton Park, Liverpool. Photograph by Paul Stamper, reproduced with kind permission. PGDS 599

Copyright:

Paul Stamper

Photograph of the statue of the apothecary and botanist, John Parkinson (born in 1566 or 1567, died 1650), sculpted by Leon-Joseph Chavalliaud in 1896.

Summary of image information

Creator of original image: Paul Stamper

Keywords for image: sculpture, statue, John Parkinson (born 1566 or 1567, died 1650), apothecary, herbalist, botanist, writer., Object

Period/year shown in image: 2004

Site records relating to this image:

Sefton Park

People relating to this image:

John Parkinson