Born in Auxerre, Burgundy, France. During the Franco-Prussian War Lanteri worked as a cabinet maker's assistant. In , through his friend, Jules Dalou, Lanteri obtained a position in London with Joseph Edgar Boehm where he remained until the latter's death in Glassby, Mr. Lanteri, Signor Finili, and Herr Gross.
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Born in Auxerre, Burgundy, France. During the Franco-Prussian War Lanteri worked as a cabinet maker's assistant. In , through his friend, Jules Dalou, Lanteri obtained a position in London with Joseph Edgar Boehm where he remained until the latter's death in Glassby, Mr.
Lanteri, Signor Finili, and Herr Gross. Using his teaching notes as the basis Lanteri wrote a three-volume text 'Modelling: a Guide for Teachers and Students' —11 which soon became the standard work in the field.
Dates are usually the year a work was exhibited so may differ from date of production. New entries have been made each time a work was exhibited. Click here for more information. Designed Medals: obv. Phene Spiers, Esq. Le Sacristain Presumed. View all on map. Exhibited at Autumn exhibition of modern pictures in oil and water-colours: the twenty-eighth Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool , The Fisherman and the Mermaid cat. Exhibited at The Royal Scottish Academy Exhibition, - Exhibited at the annual exhibition 3 times: 1 work , 1 work and 2 works.
Exhibited at Exhibition of sculpture by the late Prof. Associated with Joseph Hemming and Co. Died in In , Lanteri was appointed as the college's first Professor of Modelling and Sculpture see separate relationship. Unsuccessful in ballot for election to Royal Academy of Arts. Assistant was Oliver Sheppard - Forrer, vol. After his death, Lanteri helped Glassby's family by organising a fund to provide financial assistance.
Taught Hypatia Rodocanachi See Forrer, vol. Taught Sophia Rosamond Praeger. Taught James Seamus Stoupe. Taught Anne Crawford Acheson Circa - Assistant to Edgar Boehm at the age of twenty. Suceeded M. Memmber of the London Society of Medallists. Forrer cites F. Parkes Weber's 'Nineteenth century English medals by foreign Artists', which lists medals by Lanteri that date from to Forrer also cites a passage from Spielmann's 'British Sculpture and Sculptors of to-day' , pp.
See Forrer, vol. Art Workers Guild Annual Reports, , p. Listed as one of 20 sculptors invited to be part of selection and hanging committee. Autumn exhibition of modern pictures in oil and water-colours: the twenty-eighth, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool pp.
Birmingham Municipal School of Art. Departmental Committee on the Royal College of Art. National Art Training School. List of Staff showing Renumeration, Hours of Attendance, etc. Session , p. IV Hart-Lawl p. Royal Birmingham Society of Artists. Royal Society of British Sculptors.
Minutes of Council Meetings No. The Royal Academy of Arts: a complete dictionary of contributors and their work from its foundation in to Volume 3, L-P. Volume 3, L-Q p.
About Find out more about the Mapping Sculpture project. Help Click here for help using the Mapping Sculpture site. Contact Us Click here for details of how to contact the Mapping Sculpture team. Probate date : 11 June Works Dates are usually the year a work was exhibited so may differ from date of production.
The Sacristan R. Exhibited at The Royal Glasgow Institute of the Fine Arts Annual Exhibition, - Exhibited 4 times an average of 2 works per show Exhibited at Autumn exhibition of modern pictures in oil and water-colours: the twenty-eighth Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool , The Fisherman and the Mermaid cat. In , Lanteri was appointed as the college's first Professor of Modelling and Sculpture see separate relationship Unsuccessful in ballot for election to Royal Academy of Arts.
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Modelling and Sculpting the Human Figure
The Gallery holds the most extensive collection of portraits in the world. Search over , works, , of which are illustrated from the 16th Century to the present day. Advanced Collection search. Although a skilful carver of stone, most of his work was modelled and cast in bronze. Far removed from the classicism of his British contemporaries, the sculptural style he brought from France was particularly influential on exponents of the 'New Sculpture' in the s and s.
Edward (Edouard) Lanteri
His name is also frequently spelled without accents as Edouard Lanteri and his first name sometimes given in its English form as Edward. A period of poverty led him to becoming a cabinetmaker, but in , at the age of 24, on the recommendation of fellow sculptor Jules Dalou , he moved to London to work as a studio assistant to Joseph Edgar Boehm. He stayed at the studio until and influenced Boehm's pupil Alfred Gilbert. He produced portrait busts, statuettes and life size statues. First released as a collection of three books, they are now commonly found as two, with the animal sculpture separate from the human form.
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