Sculptors and Architects of Remembrance is the fourth book written by Mark Quinlan. It is a companion to the volumes Remembrance and British War Memorials. Given the growing interest in all aspects of the war memorial issue, one piece of the jigsaw that has been consistently overlooked is the lives of those who designed and carried out the work. This book therefore consists of single pages of biography of the 124 sculptors, architects and artists - all of whom, over the last three centuries, have sculpted Britain's war memorials, military statuary, funerary monuments and designed the nation's war cemeteries. Dealing with each individual in chronological order, this book commences with the virtuoso woodcarver Grinling Gibbons and concludes with the lives of seven still-living distinguished sculptors.