Person    | Male  Born 1952 

Ian Rank-Broadley

Categories: Sculpture

Sculptor. Born in Walton-on-Thames, Surrey. Personally selected by both Prince William and Prince Harry to create the memorial statue of Diana. He had previously depicted, the Queen, Prince Philip, the Queen Mother, often for coins. His website.

Other works in London include: 5 bronze busts outside the Wimbledon clubhouse entrance entitled Wimbledon Champions: Virginia Wade; Ann Haydon Jones; Angela Mortimer; Dorothy Round; Kathleen McKane Godfree.

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Ian Rank-Broadley

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Princess Diana statue

This bronze, larger than life-size statue was unveiled by Princes William and...

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F. W. Pomeroy

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Joseph Hermon Cawthra

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Nicola Hicks

Nicola Hicks

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