Person    | Male  Born 27/7/1852  Died 23/12/1901

E. Onslow Ford

Categories: Sculpture

Born Islington as Edward Onslow Ford, but he dropped the Edward. Studied Antwerp and Munich. A successful and well-liked sculptor. Died at home, 62 Acacia Road. The picture here is a portrait by his son Wolfram.

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E. Onslow Ford

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Onslow Ford

The monument was designed by Simpson. The Muse (naked lady) on the south fac...

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E. Onslow Ford

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General Gordon on a camel

To commemorate Gordon, the Corps of Royal Engineers, Gordon's own Corps, comm...

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Onslow Ford

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Theodore Spicer Simson

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1 memorial
T. Metcalfe

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1 memorial