A Memorial to the Men of Birmingham who fell during the War in South Africa, 1899-1902. Albert Toft. 1906. The image at left and the two below come from Arthur Reddie’s “Albert Toft: Sculptor” (1915) while the one at right comes from the 1906 Academy Architecture and Sculpture.
Left: Education. Right: Peace. [Click on images to enlarge them.]
- The Boer War (homepage)
- Toft’s Cardiff Boer War (South African) Memorial
- The Carabiniers Memorial, Chelsea Embankment, London, by Adrian Jones
- Royal Artillery Boer War Memorial, London, by William R. Colton
- Boer War memorial, Belfast, by Sidney March
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Academy Architecture and Sculpture. London: Academy Architecture, 1906. p. 82.
Reddie, Arthur. "Albert Toft: Sculptor." 66 The Studio (15 October 1915): 18-28. Internet Archive digitized from a copy in the University of Toronto Library.
Last modified 25 February 2020