Person    | Male  Born 24/1/1804  Died 28/10/1847

M. L. Watson

Categories: Sculpture

M. L. Watson

Born Cumberland. Other work includes a statue of Queen Elizabeth I for the Royal Exchange.

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M. L. Watson

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Battishill Gardens

This stone frieze (13 metres long, 2 metres high) was originally unveiled on ...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
M. L. Watson

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Nelson's column

Erected to commemorate the Trafalgar victory over Napoleon of 1805. The heigh...

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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...

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7 memorials
Gilbert Bayes

Gilbert Bayes

Born 6 Oval Road, Camden Town. Also did the bronze group with clock at the entrance to Selfridges; Oxford Street (1928); the lovely sculptural work on 1 Wigmore Street (1925) as shown at Ornamental...

Person, Sculpture

11 memorials
A. Bertram Pegram

A. Bertram Pegram

English sculptor.

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
Chelsea Arts Club

Chelsea Arts Club

Started in 1890 when a group of friends began meeting informally. At least one of these friends, Whistler, was dissatisfied with the club of which he was already a member, the Arts Club. They were ...

Group, Art, Sculpture

1 memorial
John Bacon the Younger

John Bacon the Younger

Son of John Bacon the elder. He trained as a sculptor and carried on his father's business.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial