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Alfred Turner RA (28 May 1874 – 18 March 1940) was an English sculptor notable for several large public monuments. These included statues of Queen Victoria, works in the Fishmonger's Hall in London and several war memorials, both in the Britiah Isles and abroad. Among other institutions, Turner studied at the Royal Academy, where he exhibited and was a member. He was also a member and fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. His daughter was also a distinguished sculptor.

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  • Alfred Turner RA (28 May 1874 – 18 March 1940) was an English sculptor notable for several large public monuments. These included statues of Queen Victoria, works in the Fishmonger's Hall in London and several war memorials, both in the Britiah Isles and abroad. Among other institutions, Turner studied at the Royal Academy, where he exhibited and was a member. He was also a member and fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. His daughter was also a distinguished sculptor. (en)
  • Alfred Turner (né le 28 mai 1874 à Londres et mort le 18 mars 1940 à Londres) est un sculpteur anglais qui réalisa de nombreuses statues, bas-reliefs et mémoriaux de guerre. (fr)
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  • London, England (en)
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  • Fulham War Memorial (en)
  • Lt Col E. R. Mobbs Memorial, Northampton (en)
  • Radyr War Memorial (en)
  • Statue of Queen Victoria, Sheffield (en)
  • Statue of Queen Victoria, Tynemouth (en)
  • Victoria College War Memorial, Jersey (en)
  • War Cloister, Winchester College (en)
  • Delville Wood South African National Memorial, Company's Garden (en)
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  • London, England (en)
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  • Grade II (en)
  • Grade I (en)
  • Grade II* (en)
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  • Sculpture (en)
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  • Marble (en)
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  • Bronze and Portland stone (en)
  • Bronze and granite (en)
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  • Bronze and limestone (en)
  • Serrvezza marble (en)
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  • English (en)
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  • Architect, Herbert Baker, replica of the Delville Wood South African National Memorial sculpture (en)
  • For Sir Herbert Baker's War Cloister design, Turner's created a Latin Cross on either side of which is the figure of a knight. Other elements are by Charles Wheeler and Reginald Gleadowe. (en)
  • Lettering by Mr.F.Huaut. (en)
  • Statue stolen in 1990, 2002 replacement by Olive Wooton. (en)
  • Created to mark the centenary of Constable's death . (en)
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  • Alfred Turner RA (28 May 1874 – 18 March 1940) was an English sculptor notable for several large public monuments. These included statues of Queen Victoria, works in the Fishmonger's Hall in London and several war memorials, both in the Britiah Isles and abroad. Among other institutions, Turner studied at the Royal Academy, where he exhibited and was a member. He was also a member and fellow of the Royal Society of British Sculptors. His daughter was also a distinguished sculptor. (en)
  • Alfred Turner (né le 28 mai 1874 à Londres et mort le 18 mars 1940 à Londres) est un sculpteur anglais qui réalisa de nombreuses statues, bas-reliefs et mémoriaux de guerre. (fr)
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