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File:Newton by Eduardo Paolozzi 2003-03-10.jpg

English: This statue was shot outside the British Library in London, United Kingdom. It is a statue by Eduardo Paolozzi of Isaac Newton from a painting by William Blake.

The inscription reads... 'NEWTON' after William Blake by Eduardo Paolozzi 1995

Grant aided by The Foundation for Sport & the Arts. Funded by subscriptions from the football pools, Vernon, Littlewoods, Zetters.
Date 10 March 2003
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Author John McCullough
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51° 31′ 44.47″ N, 0° 7′ 39.15″ W

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