Active in 1870s.
Person | Male
This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Prince Albert - Holborn
Prince Albert, dressed as a field marshal, doffs his hat to the passing traff...
Sculptor. Born Cambridge. From Thompson Gallery: "Richard Holliday started his career in stone as an apprentice stonemason in Cambridge in 1980 and has been in Cornwall since 1994."
Born Gloucestershire. A prolific Victorian sculptor. The splendid Speel gives this list of other works in London: pediment of Paddington Station Great Western Hotel; decorative work on the piers o...
Sculptor. Born John Adams in Acton and later added the (now) suburb's name to his, not because of pride in his place of birth but to differentiate himself from other artists of the same name. Did...
Joseph Hermon Cawthra
Other work in London includes: the Mother and Child in Bishop's Park, Hammersmith; relief work on the Sadler's Wells Theatre, Islington; and the Britannia that looks down on Piccadilly Circus from ...
Wikipedia gives this name for one of the Camp Griffiss memorials but we are only guessing it's the SHAEF memorial.