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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Henry Moore

Henry Moore

Sculptor Born Castleford, Yorkshire. For his work at 55 Broadway see Ornamental Passions and for a little-known piece from 1953, on the Time-Life building in Bond Street see Ornamental Passions. 2...

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
Thomas Rudge

Thomas Rudge

Active in 1921.  Probably the same Thomas Rudge at Ornamental Passions.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial
Sir Richard Westmacott

Sir Richard Westmacott

Sculptor. Born Grosvenor Square. One of the Commissioners for the Great Exhibition. His son, with the same name was also a successful sculptor.  Died at home at 14 South Audley Street.

Person, Sculpture

10 memorials
Farmer & Brindley

Farmer & Brindley

Firm of sculptors. Founded by William Farmer (1825-1879) and William Brindley. Worked on many buildings including the Natural History Museum, the Albert Memorial and Holborn Viaduct. In 1929 the fi...

Group, Sculpture

4 memorials
E. R. Bevan

E. R. Bevan

Sculptor active in 1954.

Person, Sculpture

1 memorial