Person    | Male  Born 4/11/1867  Died 13/5/1940

Henry Charles Fehr

Categories: Sculpture

Henry Charles Fehr

Sculptor. Born Forest Hill into a family of Swiss origin. Died London. Other work in London: Passmore Edwards Library E3Methodist Central Hall (with Henry Poole) and the 1893 Perseus Rescuing Andromeda on the right hand balcony outside Tate Britain.

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Henry Charles Fehr

Creations i

David Garrick - WC2

Cast bronze, designed by Doll and modelled by Fehr. Erected by Herbrand Russe...

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Hammersmith war memorial

The quotation on the main plinth is adapted from the Apocryphal book of the W...

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Henry III granting charter to Westminster Abbey

This section is to the left of the entrance arch.  The description of "Henry ...

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Edwin Roscoe Mullins
15 memorials
Robert Easton

Robert Easton

Sculptor active in 1724 but died by 1726.  Mason to the Fishmongers’ Company.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Mary Grant

Mary Grant

Despite her Wikipedia page stating (in 2022) that she was born in 1831, she was actually born on 16 March 1830 in Edinburgh, Scotland, a daughter of John Grant (1798-1873) and Lucy Grant née Bruce ...

Person, Sculpture, Scotland

1 memorial
John Wenlock Rollins

John Wenlock Rollins

Sculptor whose London works include: the wonderful bronze doorway of the P&O Building in Cockspur Street, the fountain in front of the Horniman Museum, Poetry and Prose on the facade of Croydo...

Person, Sculpture

3 memorials
Henry Bursill

Henry Bursill

Bursill also sculpted the allegorical statues on Holborn bridge and seems to be the same man who produced a book on hand shadows in 1851. See Speel for some more info on Bursill.

Person, Sculpture

3 memorials