Plaque

Baron Carlo Marochetti

Baron Carlo Marochetti Baron Carlo Marochetti

Erection date: 2010

Inscription

Baron Carlo Marochetti, 1805-1867, sculptor, lived here, 1851-1867.
English Heritage

Site: Baron Carlo Marochetti (1 memorial)

SW7, Onslow Square, 34

The mews at the back of the property contained his studio and foundry, where he cast, amongst other works, Landseer's bronze lions for the foot of Nelson's Column. This was a complicated transaction - see Your Archives for the details.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

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Baron Carlo Marochetti

Born Turin. Lived in France most of his life but escaped to London in 1848. B...

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