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Martin Ludlow

Categories: Sculpture

Martin Ludlow

Sculptor. From minutes of the Trustees committee: "Martin was the visionary, designer, sculptor, diplomat, executor and custodian of the Flame. He, alone in Methodism, was able to carry this off with his technical and artistic background, his historical knowledge and City links."

Public Sculpture of Staffordshire and the Black Country refers to a "Methodist Minister, Martin Ludlow of Aldersgate Church" commenting on a piece of sculpture in 1989.

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Martin Ludlow

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Aldersgate Flame

{On the west face:} Wednesday May 24 1738 "What occurred .......law of sin an...

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F. V. Blundstone

F. V. Blundstone

Sculptor.  Born Switzerland in an English family.  Seems to have specialised in war memorials. Active during the period 1919-1929, at least.

Person, Sculpture, Switzerland

2 memorials
Emile Madeline

Emile Madeline

From Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture in Britain and Ireland we learn that Emile Alfred Madeline was born in 1859, died in 1933 and was active between 1911 and 1921. However, he is ...

Person, Sculpture, France

1 memorial
Willem Verbon

Willem Verbon

Sculptor.  Born and worked in Rotterdam.

Person, Sculpture, Netherlands

1 memorial
Farmer & Brindley

Farmer & Brindley

Firm of sculptors. Founded by William Farmer (1825-1879) and William Brindley. Worked on many buildings including the Natural History Museum, the Albert Memorial and Holborn Viaduct. In 1929 the fi...

Group, Sculpture

4 memorials