Person    | Male  Born 1817  Died 1875

Henry Prince

Categories: Craft / Design

Henry Prince

The NPG has some information about this engineer/founder: Born c. 1817. Died April/March 1875. He maintained a foundry in the Grove, Great Guildford Street, Southwark for much of his life. He began casting bronze statues in about 1864. In a partnership, Prince & Whitehouse, 1851 - 9, then as Henry Prince & Co, 1860 - 75 when he died. Prince Albert, which was completed after his death, must have been his last work.

His partner was Samuel Whitehouse.

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Henry Prince

Creations i

Albert Memorial - Prince Albert

The bronze statue of Albert was originally gilded but this was removed in WW1...

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Guards

The 3 guardsmen are cast from captured Russian guns. The guns displayed at th...

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Richard Green

Seated at his feet is his dog Hector, who has an ear missing as a result of a...

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Sidney Herbert - statue

This statue was made in 1866 and erected in front of the War Office, then at ...

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Other Subjects

J. Starkie Gardner

J. Starkie Gardner

Sculptor of, and historian on, decorative ironwork. Also wrote on geology and botany and collected fossils. His company, based in Lambeth, did all the metal work at 2 Temple Place, inside and out, ...

Person, Craft / Design, History, Sculpture

1 memorial
Paul Waters

Paul Waters

The plaque, designed by illustrator , 

Person, Craft / Design

1 memorial
Pangolin Editions

Pangolin Editions

A foundry which casts and fabricates sculpture.

Group, Craft / Design, Sculpture

1 memorial
Laura Symes

Laura Symes

Mosaic artist active in 2012. Born Scotland.

Person, Craft / Design, Scotland

2 memorials