University Oval, Dunedin ,12/3/2013, 03:00 (IST)
Adelaide Oval, Adelaide ,12/5/2013, 05:30 (IST)
St George's Park, Port Elizabeth ,11/27/2013, 13:30 (IST)
Green Park, Kanpur ,11/27/2013, 09:00 (IST)
George Blackall Simonds (6 October 1843 – 16 December 1929) was an English sculptor and director of H G Simonds Brewery in Reading in the English county of Berkshire. Simonds was the second son of George Simonds and Mary Anne Boulger. His grandfather was the great brewing and banking magnate, William Blackall Simonds. His cousin\s grandson, Gavin Turnbull Simonds, rose to become Lord Chancellor of the United Kingdom and was honoured as Viscount Simonds. Simonds was a student at St Andrew\s College (later Bradfield College) in 1852. In 1858, aged just 15, he went to study sculpture under Professor Johannes Schilling in Dresden, moving on to study under Louis Jehotte at The Academy of Brussels. He later set up studios in Westminster and St John\s Wood and became a founder and first master of the Art Workers Guild. Works by Simonds include the famous \Falconer\ in Central
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