Gilbert Ledward


Gilbert Ledward, ‘Monolith’ exhibited 1936
Monolith exhibited 1936
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Gilbert Ledward (23 January 1888 – 21 June 1960), was an English sculptor.

He won the British Prix de Rome for sculpture in 1913, and in World War I served in the Royal Garrison Artillery and later as a war artist. He was professor of sculpture at the Royal College of Art and in 1937 was elected a Royal Academician. He became president of the Royal Society of British Sculptors and a trustee of the Royal Academy.

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