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By Gary Nisbet
Edward George Bramwell
(1865-1944)
Born in London, he studied sculpture there at the City and Guild's Schools, and won a silver medal and a travelling scholarship.

He worked for George Frampton , William Silver Frith and T Stirling Lee, and produced small groups and statuettes.

He taught modelling at Westminster School of Art and exhibited at the RA from 1898.

The figure representing Literature on GMAG is his only work in Glasgow and was won in competition in 1898.

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Works in our Database:
#193 1: Kelvingrove Park (West End),
Glasgow Art Gallery and Museum - North Elevation. On attic of south-east pavilion
Seated Female Figure Symbolising Literature (1892-1902)
Sculptor: EG Bramwell;
Architects: JW Simpson & EJ Milner Allen
 
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