Person    | Male  Born 1792  Died 23/9/1817

Thomas Wyon

Categories: Sculpture

Thomas Wyon

Engraver and medallist. Born Birmingham, his father Thomas also being an engraver as were a number of other (male, obviously) members of his family such as Edward Wyon, his brother. Chief engraver at the Royal Mint. Died near Hastings.

World of Coins reprints an article on the Wyon dynasty.

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Thomas Wyon

Creations i

Battle of Waterloo

The Fitzwilliam Museum has a page showing an original medal and: "The victory...

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Other Subjects

John Payton

John Payton

A local business man, he had the vision to create Camden Passage antiques market in the early 1960s. We can't prove that he was also a sculptor but his surname is inscribed on the Cruden relief bus...

Person, Commerce, Sculpture

1 memorial
Robert Dean

Robert Dean

Robert Lee Dean, Jnr was born on 13 October 1929 in Byars, Oklahoma, USA and died, aged 87 years, on 9 April 2017 in Warren, Pennsylvania, USA. His obituary gives many details of his life.

Person, Sculpture, USA

1 memorial
Nicola Hicks

Nicola Hicks

Born London.

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
William Wagstaff

William Wagstaff

William Wheatley Wagstaff. Sculptor, architectural sculptor, stone carver, sculpture business and foundry owner. Born Keighley, West Yorkshire. By 1910 he had moved to London. WW1 he was employed ...

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
Thomas H. Wren

Thomas H. Wren

From Bonhams: Wren was apprenticed at the Compton pottery set up by Mary Watts. After her husband's death Wren was commissioned to produce the memorial relief for Postman's Park and also, after a d...

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial