Sculptor and lettering artist, following his father's David's path. Other London work includes the unusual 'Seven ages of man' sited in what must be one of Central London's grimmest locations at Baynard House on Queen Victoria Street.
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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Amwell Society - original location
The names are of three of the founding members of the Amwell Society. Kinder...
Bomber Command Memorial
The campaign to bomb civilians was so controversial that the bombers were giv...
Our close-up photo shows one of the scenes depicted, this one being a market ...
The people in the picture standing on the plaque are doing the obligatory cir...
Kennington Park air-raid
The Friends say "The air raid shelters were actually on the south field of th...
Sculptor. Born in Salisbury, Wiltshire. originally a painter, he turned to sculpture in his thirties. His subjects include Mother Theresa of Calcutta. His own website.
Percy Fitzgerald, FSA
Sculptor, painter and author. Born Ireland. The picture source website has a second picture of Fitzgerald, sadly no more flattering than this one.
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...
Sculptor. Born Edwin John Cumming Russell. He studied at the Brighton School of Art and the Royal Academy School. Other works in London include sundials at Tower Hill and at the Marine Society in V...