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Thomas Woolner (1825–1892)

Woolner, Thomas. An English sculptor and poet; born at Hadleigh, Dec. 17, 1825; died in London, Oct. 7, 1892. He made busts of Carlyle and Tennyson, and a medallion portrait of Tennyson, engraved for a frontispiece to the Moxon edition of Tennyson. He was a Pre-Raphaelite; and his popular poem ‘My Beautiful Lady’ (1863) first appeared in the Pre-Raphaelite journal, The Germ. His other volumes are: ‘Pygmalion’ (1881); ‘Silenus’ (1884); and ‘Tiresias’ (1886).