worked with Plumiere, and then with Bird. He went to Italy with Scheemakers in August, 1728, stayed four or five years, and then returned to England ; but settled at last at Brussels. 1 There is a good group by him at Stowe. For the late Earl of Tilney he made a statue of Hercules ; and the figure of Time, for the Duke of Buckingham's monument in Westminster-abbey. The duchess's figure was executed by Scheemakers.
A retainer of the art on a smaller scale was
an excellent carver in ivory, born in Flanders, but settled at Rome, where he was so much employed by English____________________
In Westminster-abbey, a joint work is the monument of Dr. Chamberlain, who is represented in an academic dress, as sitting on the corner of the sarcophagus—a conceit, emulative of the then fashionable French artists, M. A. Slodtz and Marsy.—D.