Person    | Male  Born 31/8/1887  Died 25/9/1977

William McMillan

Categories: Sculpture

Countries: Scotland

Born Aberdeen, Scotland. During the WW1 he was awarded the British and Victory medals, which he had himself designed. Died in hospital, Richmond, Surrey, following a mugging.
Other London work: the east fountain in Trafalgar Square; Sir John Alcock and Sir Arthur Brown at Heathrow; Charles Rolls and Henry Royce at Rolls Royce, 65 Buckingham Gate.
(this list from Bob Speel).  Also, from Ornamental Passions, the sculptures on the Scottish Widows building at 28-30 Cornhill.

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:
William McMillan

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William McMillan

William McMillan, sculptor, lived here 1921 - 1926.

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This section lists the memorials created by the subject on this page:
William McMillan

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Beatty bust

Beatty, 1871 - 1936

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Coram statue

The base of the statue is inscribed "Wm. MacMillan Sc. 1963". The pose is tak...

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George VI statue

De Soissons designed the monument.

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Other Subjects

G. Hawkings & Son

G. Hawkings & Son

Active in 1921.

Group, Sculpture

1 memorial
Richard Garbe

Richard Garbe

His style moved from Victorian to art deco.Other work: decorations to Thames House on northern approach to Southwark Bridge.

Person, Sculpture

3 memorials
F. V. Blundstone

F. V. Blundstone

Sculptor.  Born Switzerland in an English family.  Seems to have specialised in war memorials. Active during the period 1919-1929, at least.

Person, Sculpture, Switzerland

2 memorials
Thomas Earp

Thomas Earp

Architectural carver. Born Nottinghamshire. Worked out of 1 Kennington Road. Do not confuse with Thomas Earp the politician, with similar dates.

Person, Sculpture

2 memorials
Frederick  E. E. Schenck

Frederick E. E. Schenck

Born Edinburgh to a German immigrant lithographer. Via Stoke on Trent he moved to London in 1888. Often worked with the architect Henry Hare. Speel provides a lot of information including that Sche...

Person, Sculpture, Scotland

4 memorials