The Late Alexander Munro, Sculptor


Engraving from a Photograph by O. J. Reylander

Source: the 1871 Illustrated London News, which comments “The lately announced the lamented death, at Cannes, on the 1st inst., of this estimable and amiable man, whose genius and accomplishments in his art as a sculptor had also won him a high reputation among those unacquainted with the virruesof his personal character, while they had excited and justified the ardent hopes of his friends that he would attain a yet more eminent and extensive fame.” [Continued below]

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