Person    | Male  Born 19/11/1820  Died 2/12/1902

John Hungerford Pollen

Categories: Art

Decorative artist. Born 6 New Burlington Street to Richard and Anne, sister to Charles Cockerell. Ordained as an Anglican priest in 1845, but converted to Roman Catholicism in1852. He worked on many artistic projects, including the hall ceiling of Merton College, Oxford, and the Brompton Oratory. He was a founder member of the United Arts and Crafts Guild. Died 11 Pembridge Crescent.

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John Hungerford Pollen

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Rossetti fountain

Unveiled by William Holman Hunt. There must have been a committee to erect th...

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Freeform Arts Trust

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5 memorials
Paul Donnelly

Paul Donnelly

Artist. We think Donnelly may be the instructor mentioned in this 2010 Ceramics Monthly.

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2 memorials