Sir William Reynolds-Stephens



Sir William Ernest Reynolds-Stephens (Detroit 8 August 1862 – Tunbridge Wells 23 February 1943) was an eminent American-born British artist and sculptor.

He was educated at Blackheath School of Art and the Royal Academy School. He exhibited there from 1886 until 1942. His work can also be seen at St Paul's Cathedral, Lambeth Palace and Southwell Minster.

For 11 years he was president of the Royal Society of British Sculptors.

He was cremated at Golders Green Crematorium.

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