Stanley Nicholson Babb was a sculptor, born in Plymouth, where he studied art, also at Royal Academy Schools. Won a gold medal and travelling scholarship, 1901-2, and studied and worked in Italy. Became a member of Art Workers’ Guild in 1919, retiring in 1945. Exhibited at RA, RMS, RSA and elsewhere and was a fellow of RBS. Babb’s war memorial is outside the civic centre in Tunbridge Wells, Kent.
His Work is displayed in some very amazing places. I’ve noted them below where known. I’ll be silent from here and let the images do the talking.
It is unclear at the time of publication if Stanley or Nicholson as he preferred to be called, had any children. Those documents are still protected by modern privacy laws. However, he is a member of Devon Pedigree (Barnstaple 1711) 04, 15 & 34. Meaning that we have now merged 3 of Ian’s trees into a unified pedigree.
Partial source: ‘Artists in Britain Since 1945’ by David Buckman (Art Dictionaries Ltd, part of Sansom & Company)