Person    | Male  Born 13/7/1878  Died 1934

Louis Frederick Roslyn

Categories: Sculpture

Louis Frederick Roslyn

Sculptor. Born in London as Fritz Roselieb, changed his name when he joined the Royal Flying Corps in 1915.

Works in London include the reliefs on Norway House.

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Louis Frederick Roslyn

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Artillery - cannons

Admiring these charming toy-like cannons we realised they could be taken as a...

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Edward VII statue - Tooting

Nice large bronze reliefs, also by Roseleib/Roslyn, attached to the left and ...

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Tottenham Green war memorial

The statue is named 'Victory'. While the form of the monument is very differe...

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