Person    | Male  Born 2/12/1840  Died 7/9/1922

Thomas Cobden-Sanderson

Categories: Art, Craft / Design

Bookbinder and printer. Born Thomas James Sanderson at Alnwick, Northumberland. He married Anne Cobden (suffragette daughter of Richard) in 1882 and added her surname to his. He was a friend of Edward Burne-Jones and William Morris and became involved in the Arts and Crafts movement. He took up bookbinding in 1884 and co-founded the Doves Bindery in 1898. Died at his home, 15 Upper Mall, Hammersmith.

Credit for this entry to: Alan Patient of www.plaquesoflondon.co.uk

This section lists the memorials where the subject on this page is commemorated:
Thomas Cobden-Sanderson

Commemorated ati

Thomas Cobden-Sanderson

Thomas James Cobden-Sanderson, 1840-1922, founded the Doves Bindery and Doves...

Read More

Other Subjects

Jonathan Waights

Jonathan Waights

Ceramics artist. From our Picture source website: "Art on Tiles, the hand painted tile company was founded in the 1980s by Jonathan Waights, a British ceramic artist who – as a teenager – was appre...

Person, Art, Portugal

1 memorial
John Tallis

John Tallis

Cartographic publisher. He set up as a publisher with Frederick Tallis in Cripplegate in 1842, moving to Smithfield in 1846. The company published views of London and world atlases. He started 'The...

Person, Art

1 memorial
Donald McGill

Donald McGill

Cartoonist. Born Donald Fraser Gould McGill in (depending on source), 46 Park Street, Regent's Park or Blackheath. He started work as a naval draughtsman, but began illustrating postcards when a re...

Person, Art

2 memorials
Phil May

Phil May

Illustrator. Born Philip William May at 66 Wallace Street, New Wortley, Leeds. He worked at several jobs before moving to Australia as cartoonist on the 'Sydney Bulletin'. In 1888 he went to study ...

Person, Art, Australia, France, Italy

1 memorial
Harold Knight

Harold Knight

Painter.  Registered as a conscientious objector in WW1.  Died at the Park Hotel near Malvern.  See his wife, Laura, for more details.

Person, Art

1 memorial