Kings College Cambridge UK, Front Court. Founder's Fountain by H. H. Armstead (1828-1905).
At the top of the fountain stands the founder of King's College, King Henry VI, wearing his royal robes and offering the royal charter. Seated below him on the left is the bronze figure of Religion, holding a model of the chapel, which rests on a Bible. On the right is another seated bronze figure, Philosophy, facing the chapel and studying an open scroll. She has a celestial globe beside her, and a staff of Aesulapius, the Greek physician. The small figure in the middle is a bronze statue of a boy against a shell background, with two spouting dolphins
This painting is basically acrylics with pan pastel and graphite pencil. Some black ink.
Canvas, Acrylics, PanPastel, graphite pencil, black ink