BORN 23 Mar 1817, Hackness, North Yorkshire (near Scarborough) - DIED 23 Jun 1876, London: 43 Abingdon Villas, Kensington|
CAUSE OF DEATH Melancholia after his son died in a railway accident
GRAVE LOCATION London: Brompton Cemetery, Old Brompton Road, West Brompton (5W 135,,9 x 6,,0)
Matthew Noble was the son of a stonemason. He was educated by his father. At an early age he left for London where he studied under John Francis (1780-1861).
From 1845 onwards he exhibited at the Royal Academy. In 1856 he won the competition for the construction of a Wellington monument in Manchester. He also created the statue of Prince Albert at Albert Square, Manchester. His work can be found in Westminster Abbey and St. Paul's Cathedral.
executed grave monument for Allan, John
made a sculpture of Wellington, Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of
Matthew Noble - Wikipedia