Edward Onslow Ford


In Tate Britain


Edward Onslow Ford (27 July 1852, in London – 23 December 1901, in London) was an English sculptor.

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Edward Onslow Ford The Singer

exhibited 1889

Edward Onslow Ford Applause


Edward Onslow Ford Folly

exhibited 1886

Edward Onslow Ford Sir W.Q. Orchardson, R.A.

exhibited 1895


Art Term

New sculpture

New sculpture is a name applied to the sculptures produced by a group of artists working in the second half ...

In Focus

The Singer exhibited 1889 and Applause 1893 by Edward Onslow Ford

Jason Edwards

This In Focus discusses the creation and reception of these two sculptures in the context of the Victorian enthusiasm for ...


In Focus: Interview with Jason Edwards

Jennifer Mundy

In the first of a new series of In Focus projects about artworks in the collection, Jason Edwards looks at ...

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