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(Edward) Onslow Ford

(1852-1901), Sculptor

Later Victorian Portraits Catalogue

Sitter in 10 portraits
Artist associated with 8 portraits
Sculptor; a leading figure in the New Sculpture movement of the late nineteenth century; as well as portraits and ideal works, his major commissions included the Shelley memorial in Oxford, 1892, and Queen Victoria's memorial in Manchester, 1901.

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The St John's Wood Arts Club, 1895, by Sydney Prior Hall - NPG 4404

The St John's Wood Arts Club, 1895

by Sydney Prior Hall
black crayon, white and grey paint on paper, circa 1895
NPG 4404

(Edward) Onslow Ford, by Elliott & Fry - NPG x13996

(Edward) Onslow Ford

by Elliott & Fry
albumen cabinet card, circa 1888
NPG x13996

(Edward) Onslow Ford, by Done & Ball - NPG x13995

(Edward) Onslow Ford

by Done & Ball
albumen cabinet card, circa 1889
NPG x13995

(Edward) Onslow Ford, by Ralph Winwood Robinson, published by  C. Whittingham & Co - NPG x7364

(Edward) Onslow Ford

by Ralph Winwood Robinson, published by C. Whittingham & Co
platinum print, published 1892
NPG x7364

The Alma-Tadema Banquet, by Fradelle & Young - NPG x19022

The Alma-Tadema Banquet

by Fradelle & Young
carbon print, 4 November 1899
NPG x19022


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