Person    | Male  Born 31/8/1849  Died 21/2/1908

Frederick E. E. Schenck

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: Scotland

Frederick  E. E. Schenck

Born Edinburgh to a German immigrant lithographer. Via Stoke on Trent he moved to London in 1888. Often worked with the architect Henry Hare. Speel provides a lot of information including that Schenck also did the sculptural decorations on Pite's 37 Harley Street.

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Frederick E. E. Schenck

Creations i

Islington Library - Bacon

{In the sculptured panel below his feet:} Bacon

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Islington Library - Spenser

{In the sculptured panel below his feet:} Spenser

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Other Subjects

Earnest George Gillick

Earnest George Gillick

Also responsible for, among others, the Scott Monument in Edinburgh, the Cenotaph in central Glasgow, figures on Marble Arch.

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
Doreen (Dorrit) Collins

Doreen (Dorrit) Collins

Sculptor, artist and co-founder with Eddy Renton of the charity Kith and Kids.

Person, Art, Sculpture, Social Welfare

1 memorial
Benjamin Creswick

Benjamin Creswick

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

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial