Band Practice

© the artist. Image credit: College of Optometrists

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A copper relief electrotype sculpture of a father and son. They are brass instrument players, the father in spectacles, being led by a conductor in half-eye spectacles. Two people sit in the room listening whilst another man listens through an open sash window.

College of Optometrists



Band Practice




copper & wood


H 27.7 x W 26 x D 3 cm;
Plinth: H 58 x W 55 x D 3 cm

Accession number


Acquisition method

gift from Mr David Burt, 1999

Work type


Signature/marks description

lower right corner: David Burt 1999

Inscription description

on plate: BAND PRACTICE / (David Burt).


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College of Optometrists

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