monuments at kensal green


The General Cemetery of All Souls, Kensal Green, boasts one of the finest collection of funerary monuments in the world, with fully 153 Grade II* or Grade II Listed in the national registry of buildings of special architectural or historic interest. A great many more also mark the graves of notable personalities, or appeal as sculpture in their own right.


Painter & Sculptors


Lady Alma-Tadema
née Laura Epps
(1852-1909)
Painter

 

Illustrators & Cartoonists


George Cruikshank
(1792-1878)
Illustrator & temperance campaigner (translated to St. Paul's Cathedral, 1878)

 

Architects


Thomas Allom
(1804-1872)

 

Collectors & Curators


Henry Spencer Ashbee
(1834-1900)
Bibliophile, collector of Cervantes & erotica




Richard Parkes Bonington
(1802-1828)
Painter
 

John Leech
(1817-1864)
Illustrator & cartoonist
 



Henry Ashton
(1801-1872)

 

Sir Caspar Purdon Clarke, FSA CIE
(1846-1911)
Architect, archaeologist & museum director


Joseph Durham
(1814-1877)
Sculptor
 

Sir John Tenniel
(1820-1914)
Illustrator & cartoonist
 

William Burn
(1789-1870)
 


John Lucas
(1807-1874)
Portrait painter
 

Sir Leslie Ward (“Spy”)
(1851-1922)
Cartoonist & caricaturist
 

Decimus Burton
(1800-1881)
 



Daniel Maclise, RA
(1806-1870)
History & portrait painter

     

John Gibson, FRIBA
(1817-1892)
   


William Mulready, RA
(1786-1863)
Painter & illustrator
     

Philip Hardwick, FRS RA
(1792-1870)
Philip Charles Hardwick
(1822-1892)
   


John William Waterhouse, RA
(1849-1917)
Painter
     

Owen Jones
(1809-1874)
   

     

John Shaw, FRS
(1803-1870)
   


 
 

John Tarring
(1805-1875)
   
 
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