Three-quarters length portrait; seated at a table, turned to the left, right hand on upright book, left hand on arm of chair, episcopal robes and mortar board, moustache and untidy fringe; curtain in the background.
Three-quarters length portrait of Lacy as a Queen's Scholar; he is standing near a window, wearing a gown, a mortar board is beside him. In the background through a window can be seen the Hawksmoor Towers of the Abbey as they would appear from Victoria Street.
To celebrate the accession of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II, the school commissioned a bust of our foundress, Queen Elizabeth I, the quatercentenary of whose death was commemorated in March 2003. The sculpture was installed in time for the School's Commemoration in Abbey in November 2002. The bronze, by Malcolm Stathers, was placed on a plinth of Portland stone put in place by the Abbey stonemasons under the portico executed, it is now known, to a design of Robert Hooke's (OW) in 1681-2.
Small oval painting based on green-brown colour scheme; head and shoulders in profile; he wears classical drapery. Inscribed on a band round the edge as follows: "Hanc bibliothecam operum ab alumnis scholae suae per saecula conditorum dono dedit Godferidus Georgius Roundell Greene MCMLVI".
Half-length portrait of Costley-White in red academic robes with wide black strip running down from each shoulder and a gold brooch; he is seated, turned towards the left of the painting; bottom-right are a pile of books. Inscribed top right: 'H. Riviere, 1937'