Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 60. Chapters: Eric Gill, Alan Durst, Jacob Epstein, Louis Frederick Roslyn, Charles Sargeant Jagger, William Bloye, Alexander Carrick, William Robert Colton, Gilbert Ledward, Samuel Rabin, Francis Derwent Wood, Eric Aumonier, John Steell, Hamo Thornycroft, Richard Westmacott, Henry Alfred Pegram, Harry Bates, O'Shea and Whelan, Vernon Hill, John Thomas, Dennis Huntley, James Woodford, Farmer & Brindley, John Birnie Philip, Gilbert Bayes, Henry Hugh Armstead, Edward Bainbridge Copnall, F. W. Pomeroy, Alan Collins, Charles Wheeler, George Frampton, Henry Poole, Alfred Drury, Hew Lorimer, Ernest Gillick, William Silver Frith, C.J. Allen. Excerpt: Alan Durst (1883-1970) was a British sculptor and wood carver. A member of the London Group of artists. Three of Durst's work are held in the permanent collection of Tate Gallery. Durst's sculpture above the entrance to the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art Alan Lydiat Durst was born in Alverstoke, Hampshire, England on June 27, 1883. He was the son of William Durst who was the Rector of Alverstoke. He was in fact born in the rectory and was educated at Marlborough College and in Switzerland. He married Elizabeth Clare Amy Barlow on the 11th December 1918. Durst served in the Royal Marine Light Infantry, first joining in 1901 and details of this service are shown in record ADM/196/63 held at The National Archive. He served until 1913 but was recalled the next year for "Service in Emergency"and again during the 1939-1945 conflict. Interesting to see in his record notes that he was also recalled in April 1921 for emergency service necessitated by the Coal Strike. Below is a reproduction of two pages from this record which summarise his service. In 1913 he was placed on the "Retired List" and enrolled at the L.C.C.Central School of Arts and Crafts but returned to the Royal Marines in July 1914 and...
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