STORRS, JOHN HENRY BRADLY *#
- Born: 1885 Died: 1956
American sculptor, mainly resident in France, for biography of whom see www.turnerscross.com. John Storrs designed the relief of Christ the King at the main entrance of the church of Christ the King at Turner's Cross, Cork, which was built to designs of FRANCIS BARRY BYRNE between 1927 and 1931. The relief was carved from a model supplied by Storrs. Copy letters from Storrs to the executant architect, JAMES RUPERT BOYD BARRETT about the sculpture for the church are in the IAA (RP.D.197).
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|Building:||CO. CORK, CORK, TURNER'S CROSS, CHURCH OF CHRIST THE KING (RC)|
|Nature:||Relief of Christ the King at main entrance to church.|
|Refs:||Copy letters from Storrs fo J.R. Boyd Barrett in IAA, RP.D.197|