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John Ternouth

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John Ternouth (1796–1848) was an English sculptor of the early 19th century. His most notable work is one of the four panels at the base of Nelson's Column in London's Trafalgar Square, depicting the Battle of Copenhagen. Life John Ternouth was descended from a family of Plymouth stonemasons. He was born in Andover, Hampshire, on 30 January 1796, and moved to London in around 1810. He entered the Royal Academy Schools in 1820 and later studied under Sir Francis Chantrey. While still working in Chantrey's studio, he also built up a practice as a sculptor in his own name, making busts and funerary monuments. His works include a statue of John Murray, 4th Duke of Atholl in Dunkeld Cathedral, and a monument to Bishop Allen in Ely Cathedral. He exhibited regularly at the Royal Academy from 1819 onward, mostly showing portrait busts. He also showed works at the British Institution in 1825, and at the Society of British Artists between 1825 and 1838. From 1842 h
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