Plaque

William McMillan

William McMillan
William McMillan
Inscription

William McMillan, sculptor, lived here 1921 - 1926.

Site: William McMillan (1 memorial)

SW3, Glebe Place, 63

A local resident said that this plaque (and the one next door, to Sir Alfred Munnings) is spurious and was erected by developers purely to boost the value of the property.  Elsewhere we've read that McMillan had a studio in Glebe Place until 1966 and possibly from as early as 1940.

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

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William McMillan

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William McMillan

Born Aberdeen, Scotland. During the WW1 he was awarded the British and Victor...

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