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Following Jarman's death ina committee called "A Statue for Oscar Wilde" was formed to bring a tribute to fruition. Londoners chat Hambling 's "witty and amusing" work was chosen for the memorial.

The work is inscribed with a quotation from his play Lady Windermere's Fan : "We are all in the gutter, but some of us are looking at the stars". Hundreds of individual donors and foundations contributed funds for the project.

Londoners chat unveiling was on 30 November It was preceded in by an exhibition at londnoers nearby National Portrait Gallerybringing together drawings, models and maquettes. We have nothing of the nerve, the folly, the ruin, the glory.

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With respect to A Conversation, he wrote: Hideous is too gentle a word to describe londoners chat. He looks even worse than the picture of Dorian Gray in the attic, sporting Medusa -like snakes of hair and a vile, degenerate grin.

Even Wilde, the master of the aphorism, might have been stumped for words to describe it.