Person    | Male  Born 13/1/1878  Died 1/10/1961

Sir William Reid Dick

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: Scotland

Born Glasgow. Reid was his mother's maiden name. Other work in London: 1936 - Boy with Frog fountain in Regent's Park and The Herald at 85 Fleet Street. Died at home in 16 Maida Vale in the house, with studio, that he and his wife moved into in 1938. It had previously been occupied by Alfred Gilbert.

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Sir William Reid Dick

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Sir William Reid Dick

Sir William Reid Dick, 1878 - 1961, sculptor, worked here in Studio 3, 1910 -...

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25 South Street

Deborah Singmaster of Footnotes sent us this picture and asked if we had any ...

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F. D. Roosevelt statue - small

This little statue greets you as you enter the cafe, the building on the left...

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George V statue

Unveiled by George VI and we thank Jamie Davis for finding this link to the B...

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Mercantile Marine Memorial - WW1

George V should have been on duty to unveil this but he was seriously ill so ...

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Queen Mary

Queen Mary died in 1953 at her home, Marlborough House, which is the building...

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