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Charles d'Orville Pilkington Jackson (1887-1973), Sculptor

Artist of 3 portraits
Charles d'Orville Pilkington Jackson studied sculpture at the Edinburgh College of Art, winning a travelling scholarship in 1910. He later taught at the school and executed architectural and public sculpture around Scotland. After World War I, Jackson executed the Rothesay War Memorial (1922), to a design by Charles E. Tweedie & Sons, and was the supervising sculptor for the Scottish National War Memorial, Edinburgh Castle. His most famous work is the equestrian Robert the Bruce, at Bannockburn (1964). Jackson exhibited at the Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts from 1913 until 1961.

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4581

Sir Edward Sharpey-Schafer

by Charles d'Orville Pilkington Jackson
bronze medal, 1922
NPG 4581

4289

Frederick Lugard, 1st Baron Lugard

by Charles d'Orville Pilkington Jackson
bronzed plaster bust, 1960
NPG 4289

4289a

Frederick Lugard, 1st Baron Lugard

by Charles d'Orville Pilkington Jackson
polyester bronze cast, 1965 (1960)
NPG 4289a