London, Thames House, Imperial Neoclassical architecture, re-built in 1929 after the original building was damaged by the great Thames flood of 1928. Featuring sculptures by Richard Garbe.
London, Vintners Place, classical architecture circa 1669. This smirking nude by Herbert Palliser (1883-1963) shows a Bacchante with grapes and goats. Palliser was Professor of Sculpture at the Royal Academy and a tutor of Jacob Epstein. The swans nearby refer to the fact the Vintners share with the Queen (and the Dyers) the right to some of the swans on the Upper Thames.