Image source: Suzanne Lindsey-Clark
Sculptor. Born Cheltenham, eldest son of sculptor Philip Lindsey-Clark. President of the Royal Society of British Sculptors 1971-76.
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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
2023: Joe and Suzanne Lindsey-Clark have access to Philip Lindsey-Clark's rec...
Sculptor. Born in the parish of St Martin-in-the-Fields. Much admired in his day, his work can be seen at St Paul's and at Westminster Abbey. In 1729, leaving a tavern at Christmas, he slipped and ...
Portrait sculptor and medallist. Born Staines. Died at home home, Acton Green Lodge, Chiswick.
Sculptor. Born Tramore, Ireland, as John Edward Carew.
Person, Sculpture, Ireland
Born in Wakefield as Jocelyn Barbara Hepworth. At art school met and became a friendly rival of Henry Moore, though it was she who first 'pierced' her sculptures. With her first husband had a son w...
Person, Sculpture, Seriously Famous
Sculptor working mainly in stone and marble. Born Lancashire.