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  1. City sculptures accessorise the Eastern Cluster
  2. 'Sculpture in the City' hits London's streets and landmarks | Wallpaper*
  3. Recent News

National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 19 February Retrieved 14 February Barbican Life. Retrieved 25 April Retrieved 11 August Retrieved 9 February Retrieved 23 July Retrieved 21 July Retrieved 9 May Retrieved 3 August Retrieved 5 September Public art and memorials in London.

Camden Kensington and Chelsea City of Westminster. The Artist as Hephaestus Piscator. Northala Fields. Key : No longer extant or on public display see List of public art formerly in London. City of London. City of London Corporation Parks and open spaces. Inner Temple Middle Temple. List of civil parishes in the City of London.

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By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy. Map all coordinates using: OpenStreetMap. Grade II. George Frederic Watts and T. Wren central statuette of Watts, pictured. John Daymond and Son. Nettleton Court, London Wall. Martin Ludlow. Ben Jonson Place, Barbican Estate. John Ravera. Charles Clement Walker. Inaugurated 15 July Incorporates a bronze bust of William Shakespeare.

Heminges and Condell, the compilers of Shakespeare's First Folio , were both buried in the parish. Allen David. Karin Jonzen. Michael Ayrton. The sculpture was previously located at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park and also elsewhere within the Barbican estate. Guildhall Art Gallery. Lawrence Tindall. Richard Gilbert Scott. Tim Crawley. Old Billingsgate Market.


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City sculptures accessorise the Eastern Cluster

Denys Mitchell. Outside — Bishopsgate, near its junction with Wormwood Street. Jacques Lipchitz. George Segal. Richard Serra.

'Sculpture in the City' hits London's streets and landmarks | Wallpaper*

Barry Flanagan. Fernando Botero. Farmer and Brindley. Charles Leonard Hartwell. Flor Kent. Frank Meisler and Arie Ovadia. Temple Bar Gate.

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John Bushnell. Grade I. Joseph Durham. John Robinson.

Charles Leonard Hartwell , W. Hamilton Buchan and Sharon A. Albert Richardson. Georg Ehrlich. Elisabeth Frink. John W. Thomas Heatherwick. Emily Young. William Whitfield commissioner. William Whitfield and Andrew Lockwood. The Queen's Diamond Jubilee Garden. Paul Mount. Installed on this site in March One New Change.

Gavin Turk. Nigel Boonham. Frank King gnomon and astronomy and Cardozo Kindersley Workshop letter-cutting. Eric Parry Architects commissioners. Analemmatic sundial. Christopher Wren and Robert Hooke. Grade I Scheduled monument. Garden of Fishmongers' Hall.


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