Nelson Illingworth (1862-1926) Australia

Biographical Information

Born in England in 1862, Nelson Illingworth studied in London and worked in the Royal Doulton potteries as modeller before sailing to Sydney in 1892. A sculptor, Illingworth is known for his busts of prominent citizens such as Sir Henry Parkes. Illingworth died in 1926. His work is represented in the Australian National Gallery and in the state galleries in Sydney and Adelaide. Edit or add to this biography

Market Information

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For Honor's Sake, Henry Lawson
Painted terracotta, Height: 42.5 cm
Fine Australian Paintings and Books, Sotheby's, Sydney.
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Cameo Girl
Sculptured plaster panel, 48.5 x 39.5 cm
Australian Paintings, Leonard Joel, Melbourne.
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