John Bacon, R.A.

Preferred Media: Sculpture
Born: 24 November 1740 in London, England, United Kingdom
Died: 4 August 1799
Nationality: British
Royal Academy student from: 24 June 1769 to:
Elected A.R.A: 27 Aug 1770
Elected R.A: 10 Feb 1778
Biography
Won Royal Academy Schools Gold Medal in 1769.
 
Works of Art: 8
Books: 4
Archives: 5
Works by

Sickness   
Sickness
1778
John Bacon
  

A group of cherubs   
A group of cherubs
ca. 1770
John Bacon
  

Design for Mrs Draper's monument...   
Design for Mrs Draper's monument...
by 1780
John Bacon
  

Drawing for Major Pierson's memorial,...   
Drawing for Major Pierson's memorial,...
by 1784
John Bacon
  
Works after

Dr Johnson's Monument in St...   
Dr Johnson's Monument in St...
1 April 1796
John Bacon
  
Works associated with

Portrait of John Bacon, R.A.   
Portrait of John Bacon, R.A.
13 April 1793
George Dance
  

The Royal Academicians in General...   
The Royal Academicians in General...
1795
Henry Singleton
  

Portrait of John Bacon RA   
Portrait of John Bacon RA
Unidentified artist
  

Cecil, Richard   Memoirs Of The Late John Bacon, Esq. R.A. - By The Rev. Richard Cecil, M.A. Late Rector Of Bisley, And Vicar Of Chobham, Surrey; And Minister Of St. John's-Chapel, Bedford-Row, London. - A New Edition. - - London: 1811.   
07/4753   
A Descriptive Catalogue Of Coade's Artificial Stone Manufactory, At King's Arms Stairs, Narrow-Wall, Lambeth: Opposite White-hall Stairs. With Prices Affixed. Consisting Of, I. Statues. II. Busts. III. Vases. IV. Pedestals. V. Capitals. VI. Frizes. VII. fascias. VIII. panels and Tablets. IX. Medallions. X. Pateras for Elevations from 30 to 40 Feet. XI. Ditto from 20 to 30 Feet. XII. Pateras for Elevations from 10 to 20 Feet. XIII. Ditto of 10 Feet and under. XIV. Coats of Arms. XV. Imposts. XVI. Key-Stones. XVII. Architraves. XVIII. Rustics. XIX. Pinnacles. XX. Balusters. XXI. Balls and Feet. XXII. Chimney Tops. XXIII. Piers. XXIV. Consoles. XXV. Sepulchral Ornaments. XXVI. Chimney-Pieces. XXVII. Pieces of Furniture and various ornaments. XXVIII. Ornaments to fix on Stone or Wood. XXIX. Wood Chimney-Pieces with Stone Ornaments. With an Appendix. -   - London, Printed: [1784]   
07/4303   
Coade's Lithodipyra or Artificial-Stone Manufactory For all kinds of Statues, Capitals, Vases, Tombs, Coats of Arms, & Architectural ornaments &c. &c. particularly expressed in Catalogues, & Books of Prints of 800 Articles & upwards;   - London. (after 1784?)   
07/4297   
Cecil, Richard   Memoirs Of John Bacon, Esq. R.A. With Reflections Drawn From A Review Of His Moral And Religious Character: Also, Of The Hon. And Rev. Wm. Bromley Cadogan, M.A. Late Rector Of St. Luke's Chelsea; And Vicar Of St. Giles's, Reading. - By The Rev. Richard Cecil, M.A. Minister Of St. John's Chapel, Bedford-Row, London. - A New Edition. - - London: 1822.   
06/3153   
AND/10/178    [copy] Inscription on the tomb of John Bacon    [c.1870]    Item   
AND/10/161    Press cutting, from iThe Arts/i, relating to arts news    24 Mar 1798    Item   
AND/7/87    Pages 19 and 20 of the 1788 Academy catalogue    1788    Item   
AND/1/115    Anderdon's note on John Bacon and Thomas Pingo    [c.1870]    Item   
RAA/SEC/2/2    Correspondence from John Bacon, RA    1784-1786    Sub-series