Simon de Wells

(fl. 1240—1257)

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(fl. 1240–57).

English sculptor. He was very likely the carver of the statues on the west front of Wells Cathedral, Somerset, and was in Westminster in 1257 making a design for the tomb of Katherine, King Henry II's (1220–72) daughter.

J. Harvey (1987)

Subjects: Architecture.

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