Person    | Male  Born 1853  Died 1946

Benjamin Creswick

Categories: Sculpture

Benjamin Creswick

Sculptor. 1880s-1920s active around Birmingham. His best known work in London is the terracotta frieze at Cutler's Hall.

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Benjamin Creswick

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Thomas Carlyle - SW3

This is where Carlyle died. We know 'Sc.' indicates the sculptor, but 'Del...

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Donato Barcaglia
1 memorial
Matthew Cotes Wyatt

Matthew Cotes Wyatt

Son of the architect James Wyatt. Born Marylebone.  From Your Archives "It was Wyatt who executed the enormous bronze equestrian statue of the Duke of Wellington which stood on the top of the Welli...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Arthur George Walker

Arthur George Walker

Sculptor and painter. Born Hackney. Other work in London: Heston war memorial.

Person, Art, Sculpture

7 memorials
Fred (Fritz) Kormis

Fred (Fritz) Kormis

Sculptor and medallist. Born Frankfurt, Germany. From the very informative West Hampstead Life: "Fritz was fourteen when he began an apprenticeship in a workshop specializing in decorative sculptu...

Person, Sculpture, Germany

1 memorial
Emily Young

Emily Young

Sculptor. Born London, grand-daughter of Kathleen Scott. Possibly the inspiration for the song 'See Emily Play', written by Pink Floyd's Syd Barrett. Her most visible work in London is the series o...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial