3 edition of Francis Chantrey, sculptor found in the catalog.
Francis Chantrey, sculptor
Includes bibliographical references (p. ) and index.
|LC Classifications||NB497.C5 D86 1995|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||164 p. :|
|Number of Pages||164|
|LC Control Number||96143890|
Explore books by Francis Chantrey with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £ The sculptor, Sir Francis Chantrey ( to ), was commissioned in but died before the work was completed. It was finished by his assistant Henry Weekes ( to ). The Lord Mayor, William Magnay, unveiled the statue on 18th June , the anniversary of Waterloo, in the presence of his guest the King of Saxony.
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Sir Francis Chantrey (Sculptor of the Great) On the Southern fringe of Sheffield, just off the busy A61, lies the suburb of Norton, an area known locally as "Chantreyland." Formerly part of the Scarsdale Hundred, Norton comprised the hamlets of Jordanthorpe, Maugerhay and Hemsworth/Backmoor, and was situated at the northernmost boundary of.
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An enthusiast for British art, Sir Francis Chantrey () was, at the peak of his career, the portrait sculptor of choice in early nineteenth-century Britain.
Originally published inthis work commemorates the great sculptor, paying particular attention to his birthplace of Cited by: 1. Get this from a library. Sir Francis Chantrey, sculptor of the great. [Alex Potts; Francis Chantrey, Sir; National Portrait Gallery (Great Britain); Mappin Art Gallery.].
The Sleeping Children by Sir Francis Chantrey (). exhibited Carrara marble. South Choir Aisle of Lichfield Cathedral, Warwickshire. "Such was the press to see these children in the London Exhibition [at the Royal Academy], that there was no getting near them; mothers, with tears in their eyes, lingered, and went away, and returned" (Holland ).
Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey, (born April 7,Norton, Derbyshire, Eng.—died Nov. 25,London), prolific early 19th-century English sculptor whose work is noted for its naturalism and psychological vitality.
Though his work was Classical in format, like that of his contemporaries, these unusual qualities inspired the next generation of English sculptors in their approach to a modern. Memorials Of Sir Francis Chantrey: Sculptor, In Hallamshire And Elsewhere () [John Holland] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
This scarce antiquarian book is a facsimile reprint of the original. Due to its age, it may contain imperfections such as marksCited by: 1. Media in category "Sculptures by Francis Chantrey" The following 57 files are in this category, out of 57 total. A catalogue of portraits, paintings and sculpture at the Natural History Museum, London () ().jpg 3, × 4,; MB.
This paper will describe and illustrate variations on a sculptural theme in late-Hanoverian and early-Victorian funerary monuments by Sir Francis Chantrey (–), which, taken as a whole, demonstrate a shift in taste from severe Neo-Classicism to Early Romanticism.
Sir Francis Chantrey was a sculptor who made numerous busts and statues, including portraits of celebrated figures of Georgian England. Born in in Norton, Sheffield, he moved to London in In about he married a wealthy cousin with a large dowry, enabling him to establish a studio in London. His work is lively and penetrating - at the same time it retains an air of informality.
Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey (), Sculptor. Regency Portraits Catalogue Entry. Sitter in 11 portraits Artist associated with portraits The most outstanding sculptor of his generation, Chantrey executed portrait busts, public monuments and memorials.
His success was the result of his study of character, combining direct observation. Estimate: € - € Description: CHANTREY FRANCIS: () English Sculptor. Small collection of three S., F L Chantrey, four pages (total), 8vo, Belgrave Place & Trentham, 20th August - 12th Octoberall to Sir Robert Peel.
Description of the book "Memorials of Sir Francis Chantrey, R. A.: Sculptor in Hallamshire and Elsewhere": Originally published inpartly with the aim of correcting certain mistakes in painter George Jones's tribute (also reissued in this series), this work commemorates Norton-born sculptor Sir Francis Chantrey (), whose illustrious career began in nearby Sheffield.
Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey took the place of Joseph Nollekens as the most sought-after portrait sculptor in Britain. He was elected a full Member of the Royal Academy in On his death Chantrey left a bequest to be administered by the Royal Academy to buy 'works of fine art of the highest merit executed within the shores of Great Britain'.
Francis Legatt Chantrey Francis Chantrey was born in in Norton, North Derbyshire, son of Francis, a farmer and joiner, and Sarah, daughter of Martin Legatt, a joiner from Okeover near Ashbourne in Derbyshire.
Chantrey became one of the most important sculptors of the early 19th century. Sir Francis Leg(g)att Chantrey (7 April – 25 November ) was an English sculptor of the Georgian left the Chantrey Bequest or Chantrey Fund for the purchase of works of art for the nation, which was available from after the death of his widow.
Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey () was an English sculptor, painter, and patron. He was probably the most successful portrait sculptor of his day. Together with Flaxman Chantrey can be ranked as England's greatest sculptor engaging in portrait busts and statues.
He was particularly skilled in carving drapery. Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey [English Sculptor, ] Guide to pictures of works by Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey in art museum sites and image archives worldwide. Buy Sir Francis Chantrey: Sculptor to an Age, First Edition by Binfield, Clyde (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store.
Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Paperback. SIR FRANCIS CHANTREY R.A. (), LONDON, and the sculptor became close friends. Chantrey finished the clay model of the bust in the summer of but Clarke was unable to pay the guineas Chantrey normally charged to complete the work in marble; Clarke only received the marble once Chantrey decided to make a presentation of.
Memorials of Sir Francis Chantrey, R. A.: Sculptor Originally published inpartly with the aim of correcting certain mistakes in painter George Jones's tribute (also reissued in this series), this work commemorates Norton-born sculptor Sir Francis Chantrey (), whose illustrious career began in nearby : Francis Hill.
This marble bust is made by Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey R.A. in Chantrey exhibited seven busts of male sitters at the Royal Academy inincluding one of ', Esq.' Chantrey's ledgers record that on 30 November an order was raised by Samuel Shore Esq. of Norton, Derbyshire, commissioning Chantrey to execute a bust of himself in marble, for which he was charged.
CHANTREY, Sir FRANCIS LEGATT (–), sculptor, was born near Norton, Derbyshire, on 7 April His father, who died inwas a carpenter and small farmer residing at Jordanthorpe, near Sheffield.
Chantrey was educated at the .