Person    | Male  Born 1941  Died 2006

John Ravera

Categories: Sculpture

John Ravera

Sculptor. Born Surrey, educated Camberwell, lived Bexleyheath. Other work in London: 'In Town' at the southern end of Battersea Bridge.

This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
John Ravera

Creations i

King George V - Bexleyheath bust

The original temporary plaster bust was unveiled at the tower's opening cerem...

Read More

William Morris - Bexleyheath bust

Morris lived very nearby in The Red House for 5 years. This bust was unveiled...

Read More

Other Subjects

Wendy Taylor

Wendy Taylor

Sculptor resident in Bow. Studied at St. Martin's School of Art. Her philosophy is to 'take art out of the galleries and out onto the streets', and has probably more original permanent sculptures o...

Person, Sculpture

5 memorials
Jean-Antoine Houdon

Jean-Antoine Houdon

Jean-Antoine Houdon was born in Versailles, France, on 20 March 1741. He died, aged 87 years, in Paris, France, on 15 July 1828 and his body was buried in the Montparnasse Cemetery, 3 Bd Edgar Quin...

Person, Sculpture, France

1 memorial
Sir Charles Thomas Wheeler

Sir Charles Thomas Wheeler

Sculptor. Born Staffordshire. Early rheumatic fever made him unfit for active service in 1914 so he served on the home front casting and moulding false limbs for amputees. Died at home in Mayfield,...

Person, Sculpture

7 memorials
Caius Gabriel Cibber

Caius Gabriel Cibber

Sculptor. Born Denmark.  Came to England in about 1655 and arrived in London by 1660. Also carved the amazing statues of Melancholy and Raving Madness that used to adorn the entrance gates of Bethl...

Person, Sculpture, Denmark

4 memorials
Lillie Read

Lillie Read

Sculptor active in 1914.  Also worked on Giles Gilbert Scott's Anglican Cathedral in Liverpool, in particular the carved figures of children in C15 Italian Renaissance style, in the Lady Chapel.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial