The four reunited ‘Wolsey's Angels' bronzes, on loan from The Victoria & Albert Museum, are currently on display in the Wolsey Art Gallery, Christchurch Mansion, Ipswich. The exhibition continues until Sunday 11 March 2018. Thomas Wolsey: Ipswich's greatest son features the conserved sculptures by Benedetto da Rovezzano (1474-1554) which were executed in 1524-9 for Cardinal Wolsey for his own sepulchre. At his fall from the King's favour, everything was seized by Henry VIII, including the angels. The Renaissance tomb was stored and eventually used for Admiral Lord Nelson in St Paul's Cathedral. The Charter for Wolsey's College is on show with portraits of Wolsey and various Tudor artefacts, many from the Ipswich Museums collections.