Walter Farquhar Hook by Frederick William Pomeroy, RA. date. Bronze. City Square, Leeds. [Click on these images to enlarge them.] Walter Farquhar Hook (1798-1875), a Tractarian in a predominantly evangelical city, “was the Vicar of Leeds responsible for the construction of the current Leeds Parish Church and for many ecclesiastical and social improvements to the city in the mid-nineteenth century” (Wikipedia).

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References

Spielmann, Marion Harry. British Sculpture and Sculptors of Today. London: Cassell, 1901. Internet Archive. Web. 22 December 2011.


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