[The following information comes from Katharine Harris’s website about her grandfather and personal communications — George P. Landow]

Thomas was a skilled and talented Sculptor of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century. Amongst his early work were the decorative reliefs for Manchester Council Chamber and a life size plaster figure of St Patrick for the Church of the Sacred Heart, Thornton Cleveleys, Liverpool. In 1904, a life size kneeling figure in marble was the first piece of his work to be exhibited at the Royal Academy.

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Portraits & Portrait busts

Ecclesiastical works

Bas Reliefs



Thomas Mewburn Crook ARCA, RBA, FRBS, HRI .” Mapping the Practice and Profession of Sculpture. Web. 20 September 2017.

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