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List of public art in Nottingham

This is a list of public art in Nottingham, in Nottinghamshire, England. This list applies only to works of public art accessible in an outdoor public space. For example, this does not include artwork visible inside a museum.

Central Nottingham

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Sky Mirror Nottingham Playhouse 2001 Anish Kapoor Stainless steel[1]
Memorial to Albert Ball VC Nottingham Castle 1921 Henry Poole Bronze[2]
Brian Clough King Street/Queen Street junction 2008 Les Johnson Bronze[3]
Robin Hood Outside Nottingham Castle 1952 James Woodford Bronze [4]
Axel Bolero Square, National Ice Centre 2003 Wolfgang Buttress and Fiona Heron Steel[5]
Nottingham Lions (right) Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[6]
Nottingham Lions (left) Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[7]
Frieze on Nottingham Council House Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[8]
Prosperity Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 James Woodford Stone[9]
Commerce Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 Joseph Else Stone[10]
Civic Law Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 Charles L J Doman Stone[11]
Knowledge Dome of Nottingham Council House 1929 Ernest Webb Stone[12]
Sculpture Tree Lace Market Square 2011 Wolfgang Buttress and Fiona Heron Bronze[13]
Shoppers Chapel Bar 1986 Richard Perry Bronze[14]
The Chorus Line Junction of Maid Marian Way and Park Row 1999 Hilary Cartmel Steel[15]
War Memorial Nottingham High School 1920 unknown Bronze[16]
Feargus O'Connor Nottingham Arboretum unknown Stone
Flying Horse Signpost St Peter’s Gate 1993 Michael Johnson Steel
Houndsgate Signpost Houndsgate 1993 Michael Johnson Steel
Samuel Morley (MP) Nottingham Arboretum 1928 Joseph Else Bronze
Entrance sculpture Biocity Richard Thornton Steel
The invention of ibuprofen Biocity 2011 Bruce Asbestos

Beeston

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
George the Beekeeper High Road, Beeston 1987 Sioban Coppinger Concrete and Bronze [17]
Water Head The Square, Beeston 1989 Paul Mason Concrete[18]
Hope (Boer War Memorial) Broadgate Park 1903 A. Marshall Stone[19]
Jesse Boot memorial Nottingham University 1934 Unknown Stone[20]
Nottingham University 2003 Michael Dan Archer Stone
Beeston Canal Wall Panels 2006 Hilary Cartmel Stainless steel, Bronze, Mosaic
The Green Man Dovecote Lane Recreation Ground Stan Bullard Wood

Clifton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Erasmus Darwin's Mammoth Nottingham Trent University Kim James Steel
unknown Nobel Road unknown Steel

Lenton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Aspire Nottingham University 2008 Ken Shuttleworth Steel[21]
Healing Energy Queen's Medical Centre 2008 Hilary Cartmel Steel
The Circle of Life Queen's Medical Centre 2011 Ann Vrielinck Bronze
unknown Queen's Medical Centre ???? Unknown Concrete

Meadows

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Queen Victoria Memorial Gardens, Victoria Embankment 1905 Albert Toft Stone[22]
City War Memorial, Nottingham Memorial Gardens, Victoria Embankment 1927 T Wallis Gordon Stone[23]

Sneinton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Sneinton Dragon Junction of Manvers Street and Sneinton Hermitage 2006 Robert Stubley Steel[24]
Calvary St. Stephen's Church, Sneinton 1920 unknown Cast iron
Bendigo On the roof of the former Bendigo Pub, on Sneinton Hermitage unknown unknown Concrete
William Booth Outside his birthplace on Notintone Place in Sneinton unknown unknown Bronze

West Bridgford

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Heron Lady Bay Unknown Steel

Wilford

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Material Coordinates
Robert Juckes Clifton Wilford Toll Bridge unknown Stone

References

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  3. ^ Brian Clough statue
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  13. ^ http://www.fionaheron.com/bronze_trees.php
  14. ^ http://raycharlesblues.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/public-art-in-nottingham.html
  15. ^ http://www.commissionacraftsman.com/makersportfolio.asp?id=3750
  16. ^ http://www.imagesofengland.org.uk/Details/Default.aspx?id=454763&mode=adv
  17. ^ http://news.bbc.co.uk/dna/place-lancashire/plain/A12644237
  18. ^ West Notts and Derbyshire Recorder, 30/11/1989
  19. ^ http://www.pmsa.org.uk/pmsa-database/10490/
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  21. ^ BBC News - University reveals 60-metre spike
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  23. ^ http://www.victorianweb.org/sculpture/toft/25.html
  24. ^ http://raycharlesblues.blogspot.co.uk/2011/02/public-art-in-nottingham.html
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