Eleanor Crook created a life-sized Virginia Woolf that was presented, fully dressed, inside a room of her own — a wooden wardrobe — on Oct. 21.
The finished wax work Woolf was placed in the foyer of the newly refurbished Virginia Woolf building at 22 Kingsway at King’s College, London. Woolf was a student at the former King’s Ladies’ Department where she took classes in Greek, Latin, history and German between 1897 and 1902.
To find out more about the unveiling, scroll down for the tweets posted on Twitter.
— King’s A&H (@kingsartshums) October 22, 2015