Charles Marsh Web Gilbert (1867 – 1925) was a self-taught Australian sculptor renowned both within Australia and abroad. He was employed in WW1 as a war artist and made many war memorials. Charles Web Gilbert created nine war memorial sculptures – more than any other Australian.
The Desert Mounted Corps Memorial commemorates Australian and New Zealand soldiers who died in service or were killed in action in Egypt, Palestine and Syria during World War One. More commonly known as the Light Horse Memorial, it commemorates the men of the Australian Light Horse Brigade as well as the New Zealand Mounted Rifles, the Imperial Camel Corps and the Australian Flying Corps who served in Egypt, Palestine and Syria between 1916 and 1918.
View from King George Sound Western Australia. - Statue by Web Gilbert. The ANZAC Desert Mounted Corps Memorial. This statue is a duplicate of the original statue erected in Suez in the Unveiled in 1964 by Robert Menzies.
Desert Mounted Corp Memorial by Web Gilbert Albany Western Australia. The ANZAC Desert Mounted Corps Memorial is a duplicate of the original statue erected in Suez in the From Memorial Place you'll get incredible views of the King George Sound.
Wheel of life by Charles Web Gilbert. It was originally commissioned for the Springthorpe memorial in the Boroondara cemetery, then donated to the university as a memorial to Lilian Alexander, a medical graduate from 1893. This beautiful marble and bronze work. Location- foyer Melb Uni medical building.
C Web GILBERT Cockatoo, Victoria 1867 – Melbourne 1925 England 1914-1920 Frederick McCubbin 1907 Materials & Technique: sculptures, bronze, cast, patina brown oil based casting Primary Insc: signed and dated on left front of coat near neck, inscribed "Web Gilbert (over bar)/ 07" Dimensions: overall 37.2 h x 17.6 w x 14.3 d cm