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List of public art in Sutton


This is a list of public art in the London Borough of Sutton.

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Type Material Source
English Lavender Wallington town centre 1999 Guy Portelli Sculpture Bronze
Images depicting Sutton's twin towns in the form of seven individual paintings Side wall of a commercial building in Sutton town centre Mural
Sutton's history and heritage A building-height wall in Sutton town centre 1994 Turner and Drostle Mosaic mural Vitreous ceramic tisserae
The "Millennium Dial" Sutton town centre outside Waterstones bookshop 2000 Armillary Steel
"The Messenger" statue of large horse and rider Quadrant House, Sutton town centre 1981 David Wynne, OBE Sculpture Bronze
"Transpose 2002" Sutton town centre (Langley Pk Rd / Carshalton Rd) 2002 Michael Dan Archer Sculpture Chinese granite and stainless steel
Erykah Badu Sutton Town Centre (Indepth House, Wellesley Rd) 2007/2008 approx Mural - Painting
Carshalton War Memorial Carshalton (Honeywood Walk, Carshalton Ponds) 1921 approx Memorial Stone [1]
Beddington and Wallington War Memorial Wallington Green 1922 (unveiled) Memorial Portland stone [2]
Cheam War Memorial Malden Road, Cheam Memorial Stone [3]
Sutton War Memorial Manor Park, Sutton Memorial Stone [3]
Mosaic in Beddington Park Beddington Park, in front of the dovecot to the east of the East Lodge. Mosaic

References

  1. ^ "Carshalton - WW1". War Memorials Online. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Beddington and Wallington War Memorial". War Memorials Trust. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  3. ^ a b "Sutton war memorials to be renovated ahead of First World War centenary celebrations". Your Local Guardian. 17 March 2014. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 

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