The Bloomsbury Book Benches #11 - The Importance of Being Earnest (Oscar Wilde)

July 25th, 2014, 2pm

It was 22°C with scattered clouds. The wind was light.

Almost my final moment about The Bloomsbury Book Benches (they added an outlier to this group very late in the day!), this bench represents what must be Oscar Wilde’s most well-known play, The Importance of Being Earnest, written in 1894 and first performed the year after.

The artist, Trevor Skempton, uses a style that I must admit I don’t find as appealing as some, but he certainly captures the play well.

Here’s a view of the back of the bench:


And here is the location map:


Christine and Shu said thanks.

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Adrian Tribe

A follower of Jesus Christ, a husband and father, a Kentish Man (not a Man of Kent), a commuter to London

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