Person    | Male  Born 1907  Died 1996

Terence Tenison Cuneo

Categories: Art

Countries: USA

From San Francisco Sentinal : "The statue was erected for Terrence in honor of his most favored subject matter: trains and railways. Terrence Cuneo, like his father, became a celebrated painter and noted illustrator in England. He was noted for his many portraits of Queen Elizabeth and the British military and railways."

The picture is a self-portrait from his daughter's website, where his first name is spelt with a single "r".

August 2013: a plaque was unveiled at his home at 201 Ember Lane in East Molesey.

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Terence Tenison Cuneo

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Terrence Cuneo statue

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