John Bacon the Younger (1777-1859) was trained by his father, and entered the Royal Academy in 1789, exhibiting between 1792 and 1824. He took over his father's business in 1799 and apparently retired about 1830, having had a successful career in which he produced portrait busts and monuments. — British Museum
Funerary sculpture and monuments
- Charles, Marquess Cornwallis
- Monument to Lt. Col. James Achilles Kirkpatrick
- Monument to Harriet Winford (d. 1801)
- Monument to Sir Peter de Haviland, Knight
- Monument to Sarah Freeman (d. 1806)
- Monument to Col. Sir Henry Walton Ellis, K.G.B
- Monument to Mary Caroline Clayton, 1801-1812
- Monument to John Woollett d. 1819
- Monument to Osmond de Beauvoir (d. 1810)
- Monument to Sir George Smith (d. 1809)
- Memorial to Major-General Thomas Dundas
- Memorial to Sir Astley Patson Cooper, Bart. (Queen Victoria's physician)
- Memorial to Captain George Duff
- Lieutenant-General Sir John Moore, K.B.
- Herman Katencamp
- John Howard
- Memorial to Captain George Hardinge (Bombay)
- Memorial to the Governor of Bombay, the Hon. Jonathan Duncan (Bombay)
“Marble portrait bust of Richard Payne Knight by John Bacon the Younger.” Web. 8 May 2011.
Ward-Jackson, Philip. Public Sculpture of the City of London. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2003.
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