Person    | Male  Born 4/4/1872  Died 10/7/1953

Gilbert Bayes

Categories: Sculpture

Born 6 Oval Road, Camden Town. Also did the bronze group with clock at the entrance to Selfridges, Oxford Street (1928), the lovely sculptural work on 1 Wigmore Street (1925) as shown at Ornamental Passions and the reliefs at the Fire Brigade HQ. Also see Father Jellicoe for information about some very unusual Bayes work. Died Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, Marylebone. In the family photo Gilbert is on the right.

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Gilbert Bayes

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Gilbert Bayes

Gilbert Bayes, 1872 - 1953, sculptor, lived here 1931 - 1953. English Heritage

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Gilbert Bayes

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Harry Selfridge at Selfridges

The feet of all the customers visiting "this house" have, over the years, sof...

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Joseph Priestley statue

The thinker in a cubby-hole effect is enhanced by being shrouded in netting (...

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Saville Theatre - Holmes

Ornamental Passions thinks this probably represents Tod Slaughter in the role...

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Saville Theatre - Khaki

This shows Ernie Lotinga in the play 'Khaki'.

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L. A. Malempre

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1 memorial
John Bacon the Elder

John Bacon the Elder

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Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins

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Sir William Reynolds-Stephens

Sir William Reynolds-Stephens

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