Munro Alexander (26 October 1825 – 1 January 1871)

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Alexander Munro (26 October 1825 – 1 January 1871) was a British sculptor of the Pre-Raphaelite movement.
Son of a stone mason, his talents were supported by financial assistance from his father’s employer, the Duchess of Sutherland. He came to London in 1848 to study sculpture under Charles Barry. He exhibited at the Royal Academy from 1849–70, and in the Great Exhibition of 1851.