Frederick Brook Hitch (1877-1957)

Sculptor. Frederick Brook Hitch was the son of the sculptor Nathaniel Hitch and studied at the Royal Academy Schools from 1902-4. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy from 1906 to 1947, and also at the Royal Cambrian Academy from 1908-1912. He was responsible for many public commissions, particularly portrait sculpture.

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  Rood Rood
designer: W. D. Caröe
artist: Frederick Brook Hitch
about 1931
St David's Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
east end of the nave
  The Symbols of the Four Evangelists and the Adoration of the Lamb The Symbols of the Four Evangelists and the Adoration of the Lamb
designer: W. D. Caröe
artist: Frederick Brook Hitch
patron: Jenkinson
about 1932
St David's Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
Chapel of St Edward the Confessor (south aisle of the retrochoir)
  Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane Christ in the Garden of Gethsemane
designer: W. D. Caröe
artist: Frederick Brook Hitch
patron: Jenkinson
about 1932
St David's Cathedral, St Davids, Pembrokeshire
Chapel of St Edward the Confessor (south aisle of the retrochoir)




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