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Peter Turnerelli (1774-1839), Sculptor

Sitter in 1 portrait
Artist associated with 4 portraits
Peter Turnerelli was an Irish sculptor born of Italian parents. In 1793 he moved to London and studied sculpture there under Peter Francis Chenu and at the Royal Academy, where he exhibited from 1802. He spent a period in Italy, where he was deeply influenced by Antonio Canova. From 1797 to 1800 he taught modelling to the daughters of George III and was subsequently Sculptor-in-Ordinary to the Royal Family.

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3903

King George III

by Peter Turnerelli
marble bust, 1809
NPG 3903

1341

Henry Grattan

by Peter Turnerelli
plaster cast of bust, 1812
NPG 1341

D37492

Gwyllym Lloyd Wardle

by Charles Turner, published by Charles Cutter, after James Holmes, after Peter Turnerelli
mezzotint, published 20 May 1809
NPG D37492

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