Person    | Male  Born 1834  Died 1925

Percy Fitzgerald, FSA

Categories: Literature, Sculpture

Countries: Ireland

Sculptor, painter and author. Born Ireland. The picture source website has a second picture of Fitzgerald, sadly no more flattering than this one.

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Percy Fitzgerald, FSA

Creations Information

Dickens bust - EC1

Dickens lodged at Furnival's Inn while writing the first part of Pickwick Pap...

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Johnson statue

This bronze statue is placed close to St Clement Dane's church, the one that ...

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Dick Francis

Dick Francis

Steeplechase jockey and writer. Born Richard Stanley Francis in Coedcanlas, Wales. In his racing career, he won over 350 races and was champion jockey in the 1953-54 season.  From 1953 to 1957 he w...

Person, Literature, Sport / Games, Caribbean Islands, Wales

1 memorial
Nina Bawden

Nina Bawden

Writer of novels for adults and children, and late in life, campaigner for railway safety. Born Nina Mary Mabey in Ilford, Essex. As a child she was evacuated during the blitz, giving her memories...

Person, Literature, Transport

1 memorial
Isaac D'Israeli

Isaac D'Israeli

Author. Not to be confused with Benjamin Disraeli, the novel-writing Prime Minister who was his son. Born at 5 Great St. Helen's London. Died at home at High Wycombe, but his birthplace has two ca...

Person, Literature

2 memorials
Victor Hugo

Victor Hugo

Novelist, poet and dramatist, best known in the UK for Les Misérables, 1862, and The Hunchback of Notre-Dame, 1831. As an outspoken republican he lived outside France for 15 years, first in Belgium...

Person, Literature, Seriously Famous, France

1 memorial
James Hall (writer)

James Hall (writer)

Writer and journalist. James Hall started the campaign to commemorate the first recording studio after he chanced upon it while researching his novel, The Industry Of Human Happiness, set in the ea...

Person, Journalism / Publishing, Literature

1 memorial