After studying with an uncle in Winchester as a boy, he becan the student of Richard Westmacott at the Royal Academy, where he exhibited busts, medallions and mythological groups between 1829-59. He created a number of works in wax, one of which was mistaken for a work by Leonardo in the early 1900s.
- Lady Catherine Stepney as Cleopatra, c. 1836
- Samuel Johnson, 1838
- Sir. R. Colt Hoare, Salisbury Cathedral, 1841
- Leda and the Swan, 1850
Works not in the Victorian Web
- Dr Johnson, Litchfielfd, 1838
- Isaac Watts, Southampton, 1858
- Self-portrait, 1868
- Sir David Baird
- General Mitchell
- John Rokewood
Bloch, P. Bildwerke, 1780-1910 aus bestanden der Skulpturengalrie und National Galerie Berlin.. Berlin, 1990. Pp. 163-64.
Gunnis, R. Dictionary of British Sculptors, 1660-1861. London, 1953.
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