Person    | Male  Born /12/1825  Died 7/10/1892

Thomas Woolner

Categories: Poetry, Sculpture

Countries: Australia

Sculptor and poet. Born Hadleigh Suffolk. Early member of the Pre-Raphaelite Brotherhood. Emigrated to Australia 1852-3 for economic reasons. Buried in the churchyard of St Mary's, Hendon.

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Thomas Woolner

Thomas Woolner RA, sculptor and poet, lived here, 1860 - 1892.

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John Hunter, Leicester Square

All four of the Leicester Square busts were removed in the 2010-12 redesign, ...

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John Stuart Mill statue

Unveiled by Fawcett, an admirer.

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Palmerston statue

{On the front of the plinth and repeated on the back:} Viscount Palmerston {...

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