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By Gary Nisbet
William Silver Frith
(1850-1924)
A graduate of Lambeth School of Art and the RA Schools, he later became Modelling Master at SLTAS, 1880-95.

Principally an architectural sculptor in stone and terracotta, the latter including Victoria Law Courts, Birmingham (1885), he was the supervising sculptor on the Doulton Fountain, Glasgow (1887-8) and personally produced the fountain's Canada group.

He also executed the statues of Grinling Gibbons and John Bacon for the Victoria and Albert Museum (1899-1909) and King Edward VII, Whitechapel.

A member of the Art Workers Guild, he also produced decorative plaster and metal work.

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