At the beginning of the first world war fled Ta to England. In 1915 he moved to Netherlands. In 1922 , he moved to London where he would remain for the rest of his life. He was a member of Pulchri Studio in the Hague. By the many exhibitions of Pulchri Studio, he gained national fame. He received many commissions including the radio monument inEindhoven. In 1972 , he was forced by circumstances to work less active, but he remained up to his death continue manufacturing smaller work.
TA is best known for his four life-size bronze equestrian statues. He also made medals, commemorative monuments and portrait busts, but the bulk of his oeuvre includes religious and Church pictures. Termotes work are found mostly in public space and in numerous churches. The Rijksmuseum and the sculpture park of the Kröller-Müller Museum possess works of Ta, but most are on display in the city museum Leidschendam-Voorburg, Voorburg. Ta can be counted amongst the new Hague School.
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On 30 March 1887 is Albert Termote born in Cinema the Emperor. This bronze plaque on the façade refers to them. One hundred years later, on 29 March 1987commemorated family, politicians and local history researchers for its centenary and in his birthplace. Ron Davidson designed it, just as it herdenkingsplakaat. The ceremony was a collaboration between the municipality, the Cultural Council and the society. In the same year ran in Voorburg(Den Haag) a retrospective about Ta. ===Belgium[Edit]===
Albert Termote was born in Lichtervelde (West-Flanders) on 30 March 1887 at the Inn the Emperor Down in the street. His father was a Carpenter and his mother, Lucia Fredericus Elisabeth Dewaele, innkeeper. The family soon moved to another Inn: the new emperor in the beverenstraat. There learned Ta the carved wood art from his father. That was "a fine furniture maker, a man of the box that gave his works their own style; a gifted, who knew the material used and controlled and managed to use the tool with steady hand to form objects as he she wanted, "according to a chronicler.  By father Ta would have furniture and a sculpted chimney preserved. Another teacher was the painter Amand Galley. After the family moved to Ghent , Albert Termote studied from 1904 to 1906 at the higher Institute for architecture and ornamental art and then he attended evening classes at the Royal Academy of fine arts (1907-1914). At the end of the course, the gold medal was awarded to Ta. He worked at the time under Georges Minne.
In 1914, at the outbreak of the first world war, fled Ta to England. Here he found work in a lijkkisten factory. A year later he came as a refugee in Amsterdam visit. He studied In Amsterdam to 1918 to the State Academy, led by Jan Bronner.
Established In 1918 Ta in Volendam, in pension velthuizen. Here he began making small boxwood figurines for sale to tourists. He also crafted and realistic character portraits, mostly of Locals. His first official assignment was manufacturing a portrait bust of Leiden philosopher professor Baker in 1919. In that year he married Lucie Leonárd; Leonárd was just like Ta fled to Netherlands during World War I.  Together they concerned a property on the Berend Demmerstraat in 1920. Along with Wilm Walters he held his first exhibition in Rotterdam in april 1922 in kunstzaal Unger & By man.
Eventually he settled in August 1922 in Voorburg on the advice of painter Jan Bakker. This introduced him in the artist's society Pulchri Studio which he would be a member until his death. His work was on display in many exhibitions of this artist's society. In those early years in Voorburg he gave lessons in sculpting and woodcarving. at the end of april 1922, his son Robert Earl was born and the end of april 1924 his daughter Anna Maria born.  About 1930 took his fame and appreciation for his talent far. In 1930 he received the command to include the creation of the radio monument in Eindhoven, the current contracts began. He would get many assignments to develop small and larger images. In 1932 he received his Dutch citizenship.  in 1951 he received the Jacob Maris Prize for sculpture.
Ta was also a lecturer at the Royal Academy in the Hague. He was teacher of among others Lancelot Samson, Charlotte van Pallandt, French Verhaak, Adriaan Banerjee, Mary Dawson, Pim van Moorsel, Lidi van Mourik Broekman, Bram Roth and Hilde Brückmann. 
In 1971 visited Ta with his son Robert his native village Lichtervelde. He announced his visit and was received at the Town Hall in a closed circle, including the local history teacher and Georges Vos and Johan culture ships Galley. After a reception he attended the Church, which he liked, and restored his birthplace but ugly in the Down Street, meanwhile, cinema the Emperor. It was especially Georges Vandewalle, a collector of Lichterveldse objects and writings, which Albert Ta pointed out in Lichtervelde. At the instigation of the local history circle that Vos was founded in 1964 , consecrated in 1969 a publication to Albert Ta. Afterwards fell into the circuit in 1985.
Ta worked until on his 85th birthday. On doctors advice and because of difficulties about the rent, he decided to stop with the heavy sculptors work. On July 13, 1972, Ta, many of his plaster models in his Studio, to pieces. TA had decided only to bother with small plastics in a Studio at home.   
Characteristic of Ta was the modesty with which he dealt with his fame. Illustrative of this is what he said during an exhibition of his work in Museum Swaensteyn of 22 January 1977 to 6 March 1977:
"I can't believe it, that this is all my work is, but on the other hand, I don't know yet exactly where, when and why I made the things."
In april 1978, Ta seriously ill; a week later, on 13 april, he died. On 17 april he was cremated. The last image on which he worked was wife of Fate.
Under the impetus of local history kring Karel Van de Poele was in March 1987, 100 years after his birth, a bronze plaque of artist Ron David to his birthplace posted. From 24 June to 2 september 2001 was there in Museum Swaensteyn a large part of the work of Ta on display. 65 works were exhibited under the name: Albert Ta. A Flemish sculptor in Voorburg.
Equestrian statue of Saint Martin for the former Church of Saint Martin in UtrechtEquestrian statue Saint Willibrorduson the janskerkhof in UtrechtSybille in Voorburg 1956Stanislas in the Stanislas Collegein DelftKröller-Müller Museum in the MeisjeskopThe radio monument in the ' stadswandelpark ' in EindhovenMemorial "they were United in 1940-45" to the outside wall of the Scheveningen Prison, the formerOranje hotelBust of G.J.P.J. Bolland in Leiden===Equestrian Statues[Edit]===
Four equestrian statues of Ta are scattered in different cities by Netherlands.
- Equestrian Statue Saint Willibrordus (1939-1942), janskerkhof (Utrecht).
- Equestrian statue of Saint Martin (1946-1948), the patron saint of Utrecht advanced to the former Church of Saint Martin, Oudegracht 401, (Utrecht).
- Equestrian statue of Charlemagne (1959-1962), Keizer Karel plein (Nijmegen).
- Equestrian statue Corbulo (1961-1962), Koningin julianaplein (Voorburg).
In many churches throughout the Netherlands can be found from Termotes hand sculptures, most of his entire body of work consists of religious works, for this he received the knighthood of the order of Gregory the great in civil class.
- Stones Corner image of the Saint Dominic (circa 1933), Berg en Bosch sanatorium (Bilthoven).
- Our Lady of Lourdes (circa 1933), Berg en Bosch sanatorium (Bilthoven).
- Stone statue of Pope Pius X (1938), the parish church of Saint Peter (Lead).
- Facade plastic embossed (circa 1939), St Anna and Maria (Haarlem).
- Stone statue above Engelmundusaltaar (south transept) (1941), Parish Church of St. Engelmundus (Velsen).
- Image of Pancras of Rome (circa 1946), the patron of the Church, a Roman soldier who was martyred in 304 (sassenheim).
- Bronze sculpture p H.W. ruffle (1951), (Deurne).
- Stations of the cross (1952), our Lady of Lourdes (Scheveningen).
- Maria monument (1952), wilhelminasingel (Maastricht).
- Madonna on the Gevangenpoort (1954), Lievevrouwestraat (Bergen op Zoom).
- Teak wooden St. Joseph statue (1957), St. Mary's Basilica (Vb).
- Teak wooden statue of Saint Bavo (1958), St. Bavo Cathedral Basilica (Haarlem).
- Christmas group and stations of the cross, Saint Adrian's Church (Esbeek).
- Stations Of The Cross, Saint Joseph Church (Geldrop).
- Bronze statue of Chris Christopher, Saint Joseph Church (Enschede).
- Stone statue of Saint Sunniva, entrance of the chapel of the Saint Francis Hospital FL (Bergen (Norway)).
- The good Shepherd (1935), hinthamerstraat 179 ('s-Hertogenbosch).
- Cornelis van Bynkershoek statue (1936-1938), at the barracks Street (the Hague); (part of a group of 6, originally placed at the Square on the platform by building of theSupreme Court of the Netherlands).
- Sacred Heart image with sheep (1937), at the Saint George Church in Stratum (Eindhoven).
- Good Samaritan (1938-1940), at Saint Anthony hospital farm (Voorburg).
- Labor (1940), plaque above the entrance to the University of applied sciences Utrecht at the Old town of 340 in Utrecht. Former Catholic labor/bond/House Industry insurance company Concordia (for 1986 oudenoord 12).
- Statues of Christiaan Huygens and Johan de Witt (1948), main entrance to the building to the schiekadeRotterdam (830).
- Pieta (1948), r.c. cemetery Dijkweg (naaldwijk), (bronze).
- Stephanus (1951), for the namesake Church on the mountain and Dalseweg "(Nijmegen) (bronze medal).
- Sybille, weeping woman, Rodelaan, Eastern cemetery, Voorburg (sandstone).
- Amphitrite Group (1956), originally on the KNSM-Island, temporarily in the maritime museum (Amsterdam), since 2009 back on the KNSM island.
- Stone statue of Dirk III (1956), market (Vlaardingen).
- Saint Bonifacius (1958), Bonifaciushospitaal (Leeuwarden).
- Stanislas Kostka (1961), Stanislas College (Delft).
- Saint George and the Dragon (1952) (Pressings).
- Stone Fantasy animals on Vaillantplein (the bridge of Sighs,the Hague).
- Statues and ornaments of the former Rabobank building in the J Street (Utrecht). Nowadays these images part of the car park Spring oat Straw to the alley.
- Emperor images and the Madonna, at the Town Hall (Nijmegen).
- Sculpture and design for embossed St. Maarten with beggar, facade of the Library Utrecht-former extension V & D-architect Jan Kuyt (embossed by Adrianus Johannes Delima. In 2002, replaced by a reconstructed copy by Mooy.) but also in sculpture.
- Frederick e. Ta (1914), father.
- Mrs. Dean (1916), Board member of the Belgian refugees assistance in Amsterdam.
- Prof. G.J. Bolland (1919), Professor of philosophy at the University of Leiden, commissioned by the Rijksmuseum (marble).
- J. leeuwenberg (1924), provider of the first sculpture workshop.
- Lucie Leonárd (1926), wife.
- Robert (1929), son.
- Mrs. C. Schmidt-Flürscheim (1930).
- Prof Mr. t.m.c. Asser (1935), international lawyer and winner of the Nobel Peace Prize, Royal Library, the Hague.
- Prof. Dr. J.D. van der Waals (1935), winner of the Nobel Prize in physics, Royal Library, the Hague.
- Ir. M.H. Van (1936), Director-General of the State-owned company of PTT.
- Wilhelmina of the Netherlands official portrait (1937), S.S. Nieuw Amsterdam.
- Jhr. P.A.J.M. van der Does de Willebois (1938), former Mayor of 's-Hertogenbosch.
- Dr. h.e. Van Gelder (1941), former Director of the gemeentemuseum in the Hague.
- Mr. S.J.R. de Monchy (1949), former Mayor of the Hague.
- Mrs. J.A. Boverhoff (1950), daughter-in-law.
- Mr. A.C. Bruyn (1952), former President of the Catholic workers movement.
- George M (1952), son of the promoter of Madurodam.
- His Excellency J.G. van Schaik (1954), former Archbishop-coadjutor.
- Mgr. Dr. th. Goossens (1956), former papal House prelate.
- Mr. j. van der Heem (1957), former Director of Van der Heem & Bailey.
- Mr. J.C.A.M. van der Schyff (1958), former Mayor of Tilburg, Mayor of the Mortar square (Tilburg) (bronze medal).
- Dr. J.W. Notenboom (born 1959), former Mayor of Voorburg.
- Albert Jan Ta (1960), grandson.
- Marc Ruygrok (1971), grandson, itself sculptor and painter.
- Robert Taboada (1972), grandson.
- Mr. h.j.m. Bassart (1972), former curator of Museum Swaensteyn.
- Image for Flemish refugees (1923-1924), in the G.J. van Heek park in Enschede (bronze).
- Philips monument, emmasingel 29 in Eindhoven, 1928.
- Radio monument (1930-1935), Alberdingk Thijmlaan (Eindhoven).
- Sandstone ornaments to the stone bank that on the occasion of the marriage of Princess Juliana and Prince Bernhard on 7 January 1937 in the Juliana Bernard park inVoorburg is posted.
- Monument to Henri B., first kite of the Dutch army, Hate Avenue in s-Hertogenbosch, 1938.
- 40th anniversary Monument Wilhelmina of the Netherlands in Eindhoven, 1938.
- Granpré Molière Street, Wieringerwerf, disclosure: 31 October 1946.
- Voorburg, plaque at the former Town Hall, disclosure: 1947.
- Schipluiden, Burg. Musquetiersingel 56, disclosure: 3 May 1950.
- Orange hotelMemorial, on the outside wall of the Scheveningen prison. On september 16, 1950 Queen Juliana unveiled the sculpture ' they were United in 1940-45 '.
- Willemstad, Curaçao, Netherlands Antilles, ' Lady of plenty ', The monument was unveiled on 7 August 1953 by Prince Bernhard.
- Arnhem, ' Memorial 1940-1945 ', folding to EldenStreet, disclosure: 5 May 1954.
- Prof. Dr. H. W. Macleod (1931), Director of the Central Bureau of statistics
- L.F. Duymaer van Twist (1931), Lieutenant General of the Dutch army.
- Mr. J.F. van Royen (1938), General Secretary at the State-owned company of PTT.
- Admiral Maarten Tromp (1941), born 350 years ago.
- Dr. w. Bronkhorst (1947), on the occasion of 50th anniversary of sanatorium Berg en Bosch, Bilthoven.
- Honorary medal municipality Voorburg (1950).
- Honorary medal Rotterdam Academy of fine arts and technical sciences (1950).
- Dr. W. Drees (1951), Prime Minister.
- IR. W. H. van Leeuwen (1952), Director of the Royal Dutch yeast and methylated spirit factory in Delft.
- Jubilee Medal dredging company Adriaan Volker, Sliedrecht (1954).
- Amphitrite-Penny (1956), on the occasion of the centenary of theKNSM.
- IR. Baron Tuyll van Zuylen (1956), Chairman of the Dutch Red Cross.
- Prof.dr.ir. F.K. van Iterson (1957), inventor of the hyperbolic cooling tower
- Jubilee Medal Royal Tropical Institute, Amsterdam (1959).
- Martinus on horseback (1961), St. maartenscollege Voorburg.
- Royal silver wedding Queen Juliana and Prince Bernhard (1962), with portraits of the Royal couple.
- Charlemagne on horseback (1962), Spike following the unveiling of the statue in Nijmegen.
- Madurodam (1962).
- Maecenaspenning Pulchri Studio in the Hague (1969).
- Hofwijck price penning municipality Voorburg (1971).
- Eldercare penning, good Samaritan in lace implementation (1972).
- Old Geert (1919), bronze
- Malle Jan (1920), bronze
- Gladiator (1921), bronze
- Are my horse (1926), bronze
- Bacchus and the donkey (1956)
- Mercury on the globe (under arcade of the Town Hall in Vlaardingen) (1956), bronze
In his decade he made many from palm wood carved Ta Volendam woodcarvings for day trippers who visited Volendam.
- Resignation (1919), ebony
- Lucie Ta (1920)
- Kage (1920)
- Robert Taboada (1929)
In the following Museum collections is work by Albert Termote included:
- Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo.
- Museum Leidschendam-Voorburg, Voorburg.
- Museum Kempenland, Eindhoven.
- Beelden aan Zee, Scheveningen.
- Rijksmuseum, Amsterdam (portrait bust of Prof. G.J. Bolland (1919), (marble)).
In 1951 won Ta the Jacob Maris price for his sculptural necklaces. In 1959, he received the silver medal of Pope John XXIII Voorburg and hit him a Knight in the order of Gregory the great in civil Class for his religious work. The Jacob Maris Foundation offered Ta because of his 75th birthday in 1962-1963 an eretentoonstelling to in the gemeentemuseum in the Hague . In december 1968 he received from the municipality ofNijmegen culture prize referred to Emperor Charlesthe to. He was he in 1969 appointed Honorary Member of the Pulchri Studio.  Ta was honorary citizen of Voorburg and since 26 February 1960 third honorary citizen of Lichtervelde, he was also appointed officer in the order of Orange-Nassau.
The Albert Termote Price is a price set by the municipality for burg, who was awarded every two years. In 2004 the price was replaced by the Aart van den IJssel price. The price is among other things awarded to: Pim van der Maas (1971), Pan Sok (1988), Frits Waldron (1996), Nail Celovic (1998) and Guido Sajid (2000).
- G. Voigt, sculptor Albert Termote (1969).
- A.w.j. Bakker, sculptor Ta and his equestrian statues (1989).
- Ing. R.E. Termote, Albert Termote, Of small sculptures to equestrian statue (1998), the Hague: main product Board for arable farming.