Bayes, Gilbert, 1872–1953, sculptor

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Bayes, Gilbert, 1872–1953, sculptor

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Born on 4 April 1872, Baynes won the Royal Academy gold medal in 1899, gold medal at the Salon de la Société des Artistes Français, 1939 and was election as president of the Royal Society of British Sculptors 1939–44. His best-known landmark is the Queen of Time clock at Selfridges, London (1930). He died in London, 10 July 1953.


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Created by Duncan Birrell, October 2017




Waters, Grant M., 'Dictionary of British Artists working between 1900-1950' (Eastbourne: Eastbourne Fine Art, 1975), p. 25

Mark Stocker, ‘Bayes, Gilbert (1872–1953)’, Oxford Dictionary of National Biography, Oxford University Press, 2004; online edn, Oct 2007 [, accessed 23 Oct 2017]

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