Person    | Male  Born 18/12/1874  Died 31/8/1962

Francis Owen Salisbury

Categories: Art, Craft / Design

Painter. Born in Harpenden, Hertfordshire. Known as Frank, his forte was in portraiture and he also painted over forty large canvases of historical and national events. He also produced a large quantity of stained glass, with the largest collection being at Wesley Chapel. Died at his home, Sarum Chase, 23 West Heath Road, where the plaque is.

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

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Francis Owen Salisbury

Francis Owen Salisbury "Frank" 1874 - 1962 Artist, mural and portrait painter...

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St John the Evangelist Palmers Green - war memorial

An unusual memorial featuring Christ embracing a wounded soldier. Restored in...

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William Bell Scott

William Bell Scott

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Christopher Whall

Christopher Whall

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Person, Art, Craft / Design

1 memorial
Neil Irons

Neil Irons

From his own website: "Scottish artist Neil Irons has been based in London since 1987, moving to his current studio in Walthamstow in January 2008. His visual practise incorporates Painting, Sculpt...

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3 memorials
Sutton twin towns mural

Sutton twin towns mural

Created by Gary Drostle and Rob Turner to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Sutton's twinning with Wilmersdorf, Berlin. It comprises seven panels showing scenes of Sutton and its four European tw...

Place, Art, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy

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Sir Osbert Lancaster

Sir Osbert Lancaster

Cartoonist and writer. Son of Robert, grandson of Sir William, he was born at the Notting Hill house with the plaque. At Oxford University he became friends with Betjeman and after art school worke...

Person, Art, Humour

1 memorial