Foley, John Henry

Foley, John Henry, an eminent sculptor, born in Dublin; his first success was achieved in a series of classical figures, including some Shakespearian subjects; statues of Hampden, Burke, J. S. Mill, Goldsmith, &c., brought him further fame, and he was commissioned by the Queen to execute the figure of Prince Albert in the Albert Memorial; his vigour and genius were further revealed in the noble equestrian statues of Hardinge and Outram (1818-1874).

Definition taken from The Nuttall Encyclopædia, edited by the Reverend James Wood (1907)

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Foix, Gaston de
Foix, Gaston III. de
Foley, John Henry
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Fonblanque, Albany William
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Fools, Feast of
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