A tribute to the life and work of Brian Torode
To download these notes on the work of Philip Lindsey Clark, collated by Brian Torode and Richard Barton, please press the link below:
Useful info. Lucky me I discovered your site unintentionally, and I’m stunned why this accident did not happened earlier!
I bookmarked it.
I am Philip Lindsey-Clarks great-niece and I have many original photos of his pieces and also a plaster copy of his father Robert’s piece called ‘Cain Remorse’.
Thank you so much, Mary. If you felt inclined to add to this blog further information and photographs would be very much appreciated. Do send me an email: email@example.com
I’m married to Philip’s eldest grandson and helping him archive the sculptures of the three generations of Lindsey Clark. We would be very pleased to make contact with you to see the plaster copy Robert’s work and the photos of Philip’s work. We look forward to hearing from you
Any chance of dropping me a quick email on firstname.lastname@example.org then I can contact you by email. Looking forward to hearing more about your family. Kindest regards Richard
Thank you for contacting me. I am Joyce Barnes-Watts daughter and Freda’s (Uncle Phil’s sister) granddaughter. I met Uncle Phil many times especially when he lived at Exmouth. I will photograph and send you all the work and photos that I have. My Mum also crafted some work in various stone, which was more of a hobby in her retirement.
I have a plaque of Philips work. I was also named after him. Please contact me direct and give you details.
I’d be so happy to meet up and share all the pictures and bits and pieces that I have from the family. My granny was Elfrida Lillian sister to My great uncle Phillip. I knew uncle Phill really well as we lived near to Exmouth his last home before he passed away.
Let me know a good time to meet up and I’ll see what I can do.
Philip Lindsey-Clark and English Martyrs Wallasey. Hello Mary, I am the Digital Heritage Lead for a project involving the restoration of English Martyrs Church which of course includes work by PLC. I was wondering if you can help us unravel some of the attributions regards who carved what at the church, the records are conflicting. I also have a substantial photographic record of the church and its statues, and some interesting data on the Stations of the Cross (which we share with Barnes, St Osmunds most likely off the same moulds and attributed to PLC by St Osmunds). We also have a photograph of one of the EMC external statues and its maquette signed by PLC 1953. Perhaps you could email me off line – email@example.com and I can share more detail with you.
Mike McNamee FRPS
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