George Robert and Caroline Broad, Hammersmith (Margravine) Cemetery, by Astride Fabrucci

Monument to George Robert Broad (1840-95) and Caroline Broad (1840-1905) by Aristide Fabbrucci (c. 1859-1903), who also created C.R. Cockerell's memorial in St. Paul’s Cathedral. Bronze. Hammersmith (Margravine) Cemetery. Broad owned the Hammersmith Foundry that cast Gilbert’s Eros. Fabbrucci, born in Florence, settled in London, and was responsible for some fine work. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1880-1903. Gary Nisbet, who provided that information, also tells us that he was the "landlord of painters James McNeil Whistler and Walter Sickert, and sculptor Alfred Drury, who occupied his property at 454a Fulham Road." [Click on these pictures and those below to enlarge them.]


Photographs by Robert Freidus; text by George P. Landow and Jacqueline Banerjee, and formatting by Landow. [You may use these images without prior permission for any scholarly or educational purpose as long as you (1) credit the photographer and (2) link your document to this URL or cite the Victorian Web in a print one.]

Bibliography

Nisbet, Gary. "Aristide Luigi Fabbrucchi." Glasgow — City of Culture. Web. 16 June 2017.


Last modified 28 May 2012