Person    | Male  Born 4/1/1805  Died 29/12/1867

Baron Carlo Marochetti

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: France, Italy

Born Turin. Lived in France most of his life but escaped to London in 1848. Became Victoria and Albert's favourite sculptor. Buried in France.

His 1864 statue of Sir Mark Cubbon, created in London, stands in Cubbon Park, Bengaluru, Karnataka, India.

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Baron Carlo Marochetti

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Baron Carlo Marochetti

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

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Baron Carlo Marochetti

Creations Information

Brunel statue - WC2

{On the plinth:} Isambard Kingdom Brunel, civil engineer, born 1806, died 1859.

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Colin Campbell

This is a rather grand memorial: the statue with Campbell resting his telesco...

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Nelson's column

Erected to commemorate the Trafalgar victory over Napoleon of 1805. The heigh...

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Richard I statue

This bronze statue is considered Marochetti's finest. It was first exhibited ...

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Robert Stephenson statue

The scroll in his right hand probably represents engineering designs.

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