Lady Feodora Georgina Maud Gleichen (20 December 1861 London – 22 February 1922 London) was a British sculptor of figures and portrait busts and designer of decorative objects. Contents 1 Background 2 Education 3 Career 4 Major works 5 Permanent collections 6 Later life 7 Ancestry 8 References and notes 9 Sources 10 External links
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Lady Feodora Gleichen Nacida condesa Feodora Georgina Maud von Gleichen, era la hija mayor del príncipe Víctor de Hohenlohe-Langenburg (un oficial naval y escultor británico, y medio sobrino de la reina Victoria ) y su esposa morganática , Laura Seymour , hija del almirante Sir George.
Lady Feodora Georgina Maud Gleichen (Londres, 20 de diciembre de 1861 - Londres, 22 de febrero de 1922) fue una escultora británica de figuras y bustos de retratos y diseñadora de objetos decorativos.
Lady Feodora Gleichen was the daughter of Lady Laura Wilhelmina Seymour (1833-1912) and Count Victor Gleichen — Admiral HSH Prince Victor Ferdinand Franz Eugen Gustaf Adolf Constantin Friedrich of Hohenlohe-Langenburg GCB (1833-91) — the son of Queen Victoria's half sister, who created the statue of Queen Victoria at Royal Holloway College.
Lady Feodora Gleichen MRBS (1861-1922), was elected to the Society posthumously in 1922, making her one of the first female members of the Society alongside Christine Gregory FRBS and Flora Kendrick FRBS. Gleichen was the eldest daughter of Admiral Prince Victor of Hohenlohe and a descendent of Queen Victoria.
Born Countess Feodora Georgina Maud von Gleichen, she was the eldest daughter of Prince Victor of Hohenlohe-Langenburg (a British naval officer and sculptor, and half-nephew of Queen Victoria) and his morganatic wife, Laura Seymour, a daughter of Admiral Sir George Seymour, a remote nephew of Henry VIII's Queen Jane Seymour.
Lady Helena Emily Gleichen OBE DStJ was a British painter of landscapes, flowers, and animals, with a particular passion for horses. During World War I, she served as an ambulance driver and radiographer in France and Italy, where she was given the rank of major in the army. Her awards for her services included the Order of the British Empire.