Person    | Male  Born 18/6/1828  Died 4/12/1905

Henry Hugh Armstead

Categories: Art

Sculptor and illustrator. Born Bloomsbury. Executed a large number of public statues and funerary works, and worked closely with George Gilbert Scott on the Albert Memorial. Died at home 52 Circus Road. The picture source leads you to other Armstead work.

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Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh

Vincent came to London in June 1873 aged 20 as an art dealer, in the firm Goupil. He was in England for two and a half years during which he had two short periods working in the Paris branch. Goupi...

Person, Art, Seriously Famous, France, Netherlands

2 memorials
Joseph William Comyns Carr

Joseph William Comyns Carr

Born 47 Devonshire Street. Author, gallery director and theatre manager. In 1877 he became co-director of the Grosvenor Gallery in Bond Street, which promoted the work of the Pre-Raphaelite Brother...

Person, Art, Literature, Museums / Libraries, Theatre

1 memorial
Mel Calman

Mel Calman

Cartoonist. Born Melville Calman at 64 Linthorpe Road, Stamford Hill. After trying unsuccessfully to work for Punch Magazine, he supplied pocket cartoons for the Daily Express, but left because he ...

Person, Art

2 memorials
Robert Polhill Bevan

Robert Polhill Bevan

Painter,  born Hove.  Founding member of the Camden Town Group, the London Group, and the Cumberland Market Group.  Married Polish painter Stanisława de Karłowska and thereafter spent many summers ...

Person, Art, Poland

1 memorial
Thomas Cobden-Sanderson

Thomas Cobden-Sanderson

Bookbinder and printer. Born Thomas James Sanderson at Alnwick, Northumberland. He married Anne Cobden (suffragette daughter of Richard) in 1882 and added her surname to his. He was a friend of Edw...

Person, Art, Craft / Design

1 memorial