Person    | Male  Born 1863  Died 1931

Sir Bertram Mackennal

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: Australia

Born in Melbourne, Australia. Came to London to study at the British Museum and the Royal Academy. Also spent some time in Paris where he was influenced by Rodin. Was an associate member of the Royal Academy.

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Sir Bertram Mackennal

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Edward VII statue - Waterloo Place

Unveiled by George V, his son.

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Lord Curzon statue

See the unveiling and hear Prime Minister Stanley Baldwin's speech at ITN Sou...

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Paul's Cross and the Richards family

The figure on top is St Paul, of course.

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South African War

We are told by the people at The Register of the Anglo-Boer War that this war...

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James Sherwood Westmacott

James Sherwood Westmacott

Sculptor.  Nephew of Sir Richard.

Person, Sculpture

3 memorials
Flor Kent

Flor Kent

Sculptor. Saving Humans records "Kindertransport memorials by Kent at Liverpool Street Station, Westbahnhof (Vienna, 2008), The Holocaust Centre (Beth Shalom), as well as one at Hlavni Nádraži stat...

Person, Sculpture, Venezuela

1 memorial
Eduardo Paolozzi

Eduardo Paolozzi

Sculptor and printmaker. Born in Edinburgh of Italian parents. His father (and we think his maternal grandfather) died on the Arandora Star. A major figure in the development of the pop-art style. ...

Person, Sculpture, Italy, Scotland

1 memorial
Raphael Maklouf

Raphael Maklouf

Born in Jerusalem, to a Jewish family who emigrated to the UK after WW2. His designs have been used for coins in the UK and other countries.

Person, Sculpture, Israel/Palestine

1 memorial
Laurence Bradshaw

Laurence Bradshaw

Artist and sculptor.  Born Liverpool.  Socialist.  Designed posters for London Transport 1935-1937.  The only other London work of which we could find mention is a commission for eight bas-reliefs ...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial