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 Information

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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