Sir Reynald de Malyns
Medium:Crayon and heelball
Date:1970 – 1980
Crayon and heelball; Gold wax and black paper. Standing on a lion, large decorative belt attached to a sword that stands straight at his right side (hilt is missing). Pointed Helmet with chain mail around his neck. Plain armor - part of it is leather.
Wax rubbing of the funerary brass of Sir Reynald de Malyns (d. 1385). Original brass is located at St. Andrews Church in Chinnor Oxfordshire, England. The full brass also includes his two wives standing on either side of him, their names are unknown. The lion sitting at his feet most likely a family symbol.