Alfred Stevens

Born: 31 Dec 1817
Died: 1 May 1875
Sculptor, designer, interior designer, decorative painter. Trained in Florence and Rome, 1833-42; worked mainly in London. His major commission was the Wellington monument in St Paul's Cathedral, completed after his death by H. Stannus and J. Tweed.
Works of Art: 2
Books: 6
Archives: 4
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MacColl, Dugald Sutherland   The Wellington Monument of Alfred Stevens - London 1903   
MacColl, Dugald Sutherland   The decorations by Alfred Stevens at Deysbrook, near Liverpool. - London 1911   
Stannus, Hugh Hutton   Some designs in applied art by Alfred Stevens ; with notes by Hugh Stannus, F.R.I.B.A., etc. - London 1904   
Tate Gallery (London)   Catalogue of cartoons, paintings and drawings by Alfred Stevens for the decoration of the dining room at Dorchester House; lent by Sir George Holford, K.C.F.O., C.I.E., and Mr. Alfred Drury, R.A. - [London] 1915   
Stannus, Hugh Hutton   "I know of but One Art" Alfred Stevens and His Work being a Collection of 57 Autotypes with a brief Memoir & Account of his principal productions so far as they are known by Hugh Stannus Architect Lecturer on Applied Art at University College & Teacher of Architectural Ornament at the Royal Academy [epigraph in Greek letter] - London: 1891 (All rights reserved)   
The Industrial Arts Of The Nineteenth Century. A Series Of Illustrations Of The Choicest Specimens Produced By Every Nation At The Great Exhibition Of Works Of Industry, 1851. Dedicated, By Permission, To His Royal Highness The Prince Albert, By M. Digby Wyatt, Architect. -   - London: [1851(-1853)]   
SP/13/56    [copy] Sir Charles Grant Robertson, University of Birmingham, to Spielmann    14 Jul 1932    Item   
GI/1/22    John Gibson, to Mrs Blair    c. 1857    Item   
RAA/GA/17/2    Draft memorandum on the moving of Wellington's monument in St Paul's Cathedral    c. 1880    Item   
GRI/1/5    George Richmond, 2nd Rome journal    1840-1841    Item