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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Children of the Will Crooks Estate

Children of the Will Crooks Estate

Participants in the creation of the Will Crooks mural.

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Sir Gerald Kelly

Sir Gerald Kelly

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3 memorials
Alexis Kow

Alexis Kow

From Velocetoday we learn: Kow was born near St. Petersburg as Alexis Kojewnikow (or Kogeynikow) and was studying in Switzerland when the 1917 Russian revolution happened. He went on to Paris where...

Person, Art, Sculpture, France, Russia

1 memorial
Michael Ayrton

Michael Ayrton

Artist and writer. Born 3 Hamilton Terrace. Other work by Ayrton in London: Minotaur at London Wall. Died at his London flat. Our picture is a self portrait from 1966.

Person, Art, Literature, Sculpture

1 memorial
Sophie Fedorovitch

Sophie Fedorovitch

Russian-born theatrical designer who worked with ballet choreographer Sir Frederick Ashton from his first choreographed ballet in 1926 until her accidental death in 1953. Fedorovitch designed for s...

Person, Art, Craft / Design, Dance, Theatre, Tragedy, Russia

1 memorial