Alfred Bertram Pegram (1895-1939)
5 ¼ inches high, on the original 7-inch ebonised wood base
According to Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture, He was “one of ten children. He was the son of Alfred Pegram (born c.1837 in Strand, London), a cabinet maker and who was a brother of Henry Pegram, father of the sculptor, Henry Alfred Pegram. Studied at the Royal Academy Schools.”
Removal of distracting background by Jacqueline Banerjee.
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