Person    | Male  Born 22/5/1849  Died 21/8/1930

Sir Aston Webb

Categories: Architecture

Also designed the eastern façade of Buckingham Palace, the entrance façade to the V&A Museum, Admiralty Arch and the French Huguenot Church in Soho Square.

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Sir Aston Webb

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Aston Webb at Whiteley Village

This small enamel plaque looks as if it was installed when the cottages were ...

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St Bartholomew's Gatehouse

This delightful plaque has a crest at each end. The open gate rather spoils t...

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
Sir Aston Webb

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London Troops War Memorial

Designed by Aston Webb with figures by Alfred Drury. The Duke of York who un...

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Queen Victoria Memorial

Shame about the nose. On the platform at the unveiling ceremony Brock was mad...

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Royal Artillery Boer War memorial

Bronze statue depicts War being controlled by Peace. Unveiled by the Duke of ...

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William III statue - W8

At Berliner-Schloss (with heavy use of translation tools) we learn that this ...

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