Person    | Male  Born 9/4/1930  Died 6/8/2006

Ian Walters

Categories: Sculpture

Sculptor. Born Solihull. Committed socialist and campaigner. His work celebrates the heroes of liberation. The picture source web site splendidly shows many of his works and provides context for the subjects depicted.

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Ian Walters

Creations i

Bronze Woman

This was the first statue of a black woman to be on permanent display anywher...

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Fenner Brockway statue

The statue, by Ian Walters and unveiled (very appropriately) by Michael Foot,...

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International Brigade

The quote “they went….other way” is a paraphrase of two lines from C. Day Lew...

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Nelson Mandela - bust

Bronze, erected (second time) August 1988. We found the following news report...

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Nelson Mandela - statue

Unveiled by Prime Minister Gordon Brown in the presence of London Mayor Ken L...

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Other Subjects

Rebecca Hawkins
1 memorial
Sir Alfred Gilbert

Sir Alfred Gilbert

Sculptor and goldsmith.  Born 13 Berners Street.  Eloped with his first cousin, Alice, marrying in Paris and then living in Rome.  Returned in 1884 and became successful and famous, attracting many...

Person, Sculpture

7 memorials
Philip Lindsey-Clark

Philip Lindsey-Clark

Sculptor. Born Brixton, son of the sculptor Robert Lindsey-Clark. He studied at Cheltenham and the City and Guilds School, Kensington. Served as a captain in WW1 but wounded in action receiving a D...

Person, Sculpture, France

3 memorials
Miss Harris

Miss Harris

Sculptor active in 1923.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Sir Antony Mark David Gormley, OBE, RA

Sir Antony Mark David Gormley, OBE, RA

Known professionally as Antony Gormley, he is a sculptor and is most famous for 'The Angel of the North' in Gateshead, Tyne and Wear. Almost all his work takes the human body as its subject, with h...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial