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Albert Hemstock Hodge (17 July 1875 – 31 December 1917[1] or 27 January 1918[2][3]) was a Scottish born sculptor.

Hodge was born at Port Ellen, on the island of Islay and he studied at the Glasgow School of Art under William Kellock Brown. Initially he worked as an architect with William Leiper, but his ability as a modeller led him to continue his career as a sculptor.[1] His works include a statue (in Glasgow) of Queen Victoria and a statue (in Stirling) of Robert Burns.[4]

In 1901 he moved to London, where he died in 1917 or 1918.[2]

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Selected work

Much of Hodge's work was architectural sculpture;-


  1. ^ a b Nisbet, Gary. "Glasgow - City of Sculpture". Retrieved 12 March 2012.
  2. ^ a b McKay, James, The Dictionary of Sculptors in Bronze, Antique Collectors Club, London, 1995
  3. ^ Who's Who. 1919. p. xxi.
  4. ^ "Hodge, Albert H." Who's Who: 1073. 1916.

External links

7 artworks by or after Albert Hodge at the Art UK site

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