Person    | Male  Born 21/12/1810  Died 6/5/1888

Thomas Milnes

Categories: Sculpture

Thomas Milnes

Sculptor. Born near Doncaster. He sculpted some lions for Nelson's column but they were rejected and those by Landseer used instead. Milnes's lions were used by Titus Salt at Saltaire. (Date of birth is uncertain).

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Thomas Milnes

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Duke of Wellington - Woolwich

Originally erected, in 1848, at the Tower of London where the Board of Ordnan...

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3 memorials
Caius Gabriel Cibber

Caius Gabriel Cibber

Sculptor. Born Denmark.  Came to England in about 1655 and arrived in London by 1660. Also carved the amazing statues of Melancholy and Raving Madness that used to adorn the entrance gates of Bethl...

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4 memorials
Naomi Blake

Naomi Blake

Born Czechoslovakia around 1924 to 1927. Survived Auschwitz though most of her family did not. 1955-60 she studied at Hornsey School of Art.

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1 memorial
Richard Claude Belt

Richard Claude Belt

Sculptor. Born Westminster. At Mapping Sculpture we learnt that Belt was twice caught up in significant court cases, one of which had the Byron statue at its centre. Belt's former employer, Charles...

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials