File:Gilbert Bayes-Warter.jpg

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English: Study of sculpture by Gilbert Bayes in the churchyard of St James Church in the village of Warter, East Riding of Yorkshire, England, in the Yorkshire Wolds; two bronze statues being memorials to the first Lord Nunburnholme who died in 1907 and his youngest son Gerald who died in Paris in 1908 at the age of 23. The two bronze statues originally stood in the Italian Garden at Warter Priory where the two were buried until moved to St James Church in 1929 when the Warter Priory were sold. This is a montage of photographs taken of the two bronze statues.
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