Person    | Male  Born 8/8/1862  Died 23/2/1943

Sir William Reynolds-Stephens

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: USA

Sculptor. Born in Detroit to British parents and educated in Europe. He added the Reynolds to his surname in 1890. Made the very unusual sculpture A Royal Game 1906-11. Died Tunbridge Wells.

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Sir William Reynolds-Stephens

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Charles Lamb - Giltspur Street

Ornamental Passions have a good post on this memorial, saying that Lamb is sh...

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Marcus Cornish

Marcus Cornish

Sculptor. Other work in London includes the 2001 'Stag' in St James's Square.

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
George Clarke

George Clarke

Sculptor.  Born Birmingham.  Moved to London following the success of his first entry at the Royal Academy in 1821.  His work was popular and he was prolific but from 1832 onwards he was short of m...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Charles Sargeant Jagger

Charles Sargeant Jagger

Sculptor.  Born Yorkshire.  Started as an apprentice metal engraver for Mappin & Webb in Sheffield, then went to art school and studied sculpture under Lanteri.  Served in WW1 in the Artists Ri...

Person, Sculpture

5 memorials
Ashim Paul
1 memorial