Reference numberS/0057
TitleSculpture bust of Widdowson, Elsie
ArtistBulman, Margo
DescriptionHead of Elsie Widdowson, slightly inclined to the left as viewed, smiling with pleated hair and a bow around her neck
InscriptionContent'Dr. Elsie Widdowson/ CH. CBE. FRS./ Margo Bulman 74'
Physical descriptionBronze head (hollow), mounted on a wooden plinth
MaterialsBronze, wood
Dimensions300 (h) x 160 (w) x 140 (d) mm [bust]
50 (h) x 195 (w) x 295 (d) mm [plinth]
Access statusOpen
Access conditionsOn loan to The Nutrition Society October 2022-2025
ProvenancePresented to the Society in 2019 by the Medical Research Council, on closure of the Elsie Widdowson Laboratory [formerly Dunn Nutritional Laboratories], alongside a sculpture bust of her colleague Robert Alexander McCance and a collection of their papers, catalogued as MS/934. For further information on 1) accession, see archive accession file for MS/934 2) on casting of the bust see MS/934/1/5/10
Related records in the catalogueS/0035
Fellows associated with this archive
NA5952Widdowson; Elsie May (1906 - 2000)1906 - 2000
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