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Arthur George Walker

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Name  Arthur Walker

Education  Royal Academy of Arts
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Born  20 October 1861Hackney, London
Known for  Sculpture, relief, illustration
Died  September 13, 1939, England, United Kingdom

Arthur George Walker (1861–1939) was an English sculptor and painter. Among his best-known works are the Derby War Memorial and the statue of Florence Nightingale at Waterloo Place, London.

Personal life

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Arthur George Walker was born 20 October 1861 to Robert Walker and his wife in Hackney, London. Robert Walker was a ship owner and surveyor. Until 1911, Walker lived with his Aunt Isabella and two siblings, Emily and Harold. He died on 13 September 1939 in England. He studied at the Royal Academy from about 1883 to 1887 and during this time won various prizes.

The following are details of some of Walker's many works.

References

Arthur George Walker Wikipedia


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