Henry Hugh Armstead (1828-1905)

Sculptor, silversmith and illustrator, noted for his sculpted friezes on the Albert Memorial and the architectural sculpture for the Foreign and Colonial Office in Whitehall, London.

For a description of his work see a contemporary appreciation by J. L. Tucker.
Mapping Sculpture Project

Further reading

Walter Armstrong and Emma Hardy, 'Armstead, Henry Hugh (1828–1905)' in Oxford Dictionary of National Biography (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004).



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  Moses Giving the Ten Commandments and the Judgement of Solomon Moses Giving the Ten Commandments and the Judgement of Solomon
designer: John Prichard
artist: Henry Hugh Armstead
about 1866
Llandaff Cathedral, Llandaff, Cardiff
north wall of the nave
  The Resurrection The Resurrection
artist: Henry Hugh Armstead
about 1880
Church of St Catherine, Baglan, Neath Port Talbot
sanctuary
  Christ the Good Shepherd with the Four Evangelists Christ the Good Shepherd with the Four Evangelists
designer: Charles Busteed Fowler
artist: Henry Hugh Armstead
designer: F. R. Kempson
1890
Church of St Mary, Aberafan, Port Talbot, Neath Port Talbot
east wall of the chancel




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