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H. T. H. van Golberdinge

Categories: Sculpture

H. T. H.  van Golberdinge

Sculptor active in 1917.

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H. T. H. van Golberdinge

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Fryatt at Liverpool Street Station

{Incised in the marble below the medallion:} To the memory of Captain Charles...

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Sokari Douglas Camp

Sokari Douglas Camp

Nigerian-born. Moved to England where she attended school. A Southwark resident for 22 years, in 2010. CBE.

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1 memorial
Barbara Hepworth

Barbara Hepworth

Born in Wakefield as Jocelyn Barbara Hepworth. At art school met and became a friendly rival of Henry Moore, though it was she who first 'pierced' her sculptures. With her first husband had a son w...

Person, Sculpture, Seriously Famous

1 memorial
Michael Rizzello

Michael Rizzello

Sculptor and designer. Born Michael Gaspard Rizzello in London, to an Italian tailor. Served in the army 1944-8. Chose to follow his talent for art rather than that for singing. Began working for M...

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4 memorials
Brian Catling

Brian Catling

Poet, sculptor and performance artist.  Born London.

Person, Poetry, Sculpture, Theatre

1 memorial
Sir William Reid Dick

Sir William Reid Dick

Born Glasgow. Reid was his mother's maiden name.  Other work in London: 1936 - Boy with Frog fountain in Regent's Park and The Herald at 85 Fleet Street.  Died at home in 16 Maida Vale in the house...

Person, Sculpture, Scotland

9 memorials