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List of public art in Bromley

 

List of public art in Bromley

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

Contents

  • Beckenham 1
  • Biggin Hill 2
  • Bromley 3
  • Chislehurst 4
  • Crystal Palace 5
  • Mottingham 6
  • Orpington 7
  • Petts Wood 8
  • References 9
  • External links 10

Beckenham

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Beckenham War Memorial Beckenham town centre

1922 Newbury Abbot Trent Memorial Portland stone [1]

Biggin Hill

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Biggin Hill War Memorial Main Road, Biggin Hill

1923 Memorial Stone [2]
Hurricane and Spitfire Main Road, Biggin Hill, at entrance to RAF chapel

2010 (replacements) Sculpture [3]

Bromley

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Bromley War Memorial Martin's Hill, Bromley

1922 Sydney March Memorial Bronze and Portland stone Grade II*
Bromley Town Pump and Charles Darwin Mural High Street, Bromley, on side of Daniel's

1980s Mural [4]

Chislehurst

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Chislehurst War Memorial Bromley Road, Chislehurst

1920 Reginald Blomfield Memorial Stone

Crystal Palace

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Crystal Palace Dinosaurs
Anoplotherium, Dicynodon, Hylaeosaurus, Ichthyosaurus, Iguanadon, Labyrinthodon, Megaloceros, Megalosaurus, Megatherium, Mosasaurus, Palaeotherium, Plesiosaurs, Pterodactyl, Teleosaurus
Crystal Palace Park

1852–5 Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins Statues Grade II-listed
Sir Joseph Paxton Crystal Palace Park

1869 William F. Woodington Bust Carrara marble Grade II-listed [5]

Mottingham

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Mottingham War Memorial Junction of Mottingham Road and West Park, Mottingham

1920 George Hubbard Memorial Stone [6]

Orpington

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Orpington War Memorial Orpington town centre

1920s Memorial Stone

Petts Wood

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
William Willett Memorial Sundial Petts Wood

1927 Memorial sundial Stone [7]

References

  1. ^ "Beckenham War Memorial". World War One Cemeteries. Retrieved 6 July 2014. 
  2. ^ "Biggin Hill War Memorial". Cudham War Memorial. Retrieved 7 July 2014. 
  3. ^ "New Gate Guardians". Biggin Hill History. June 2010. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
  4. ^ "Town Pump and Mural". London Borough of Bromley. Retrieved 11 July 2014. 
  5. ^ "Bust of Sir Joseph Paxton at Crystal Palace Park, Bromley". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 6 October 2012. 
  6. ^ "Mottingham War Memorial". Ideal Homes. Retrieved 9 July 2014. 
  7. ^ "William Willett Memorial Sundial". Master Clock. Retrieved 31 July 2014. 

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