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List of public art in Camden

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

Bloomsbury

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source Coordinates
George I At the top of the spire of St. George's Church, Bloomsbury 1730 Nicholas Hawksmoor [1]
Charlotte of Mecklenburg-Strelitz
(Wife of George III)
Queen Square 1775 [2]
Francis Russell, 5th Duke of Bedford Russell Square 1809 Sir Richard Westmacott [3]
Charles James Fox Bloomsbury Square 1816 Sir Richard Westmacott [4]
John Cartwright Cartwright Gardens 1831 George Clarke [3]
The Progress of Civilisation Tympanum of the British Museum 1851 (installed) Sir Richard Westmacott [5]
Euterpe the Muse St George's Gardens 1898
Lions King Edward VII Galleries, British Museum, Montague Place 1909 Sir George Frampton Sir John James Burnet and Thomas S. Tait [6]
Dame Louisa Aldrich-Blake Tavistock Square 1926 Arthur George Walker Sir Edwin Lutyens [7][8]
The Spirit of Trade Unionism Trades Union Congress Building, Great Russell Street 1958 Bernard Meadows [9]

Bust and statue of Thomas Coram Outside the Foundling Museum, Brunswick Square 1963 McMillan, WilliamWilliam McMillan [3]
Mahatma Gandhi Tavistock Square 1968 Fredda Brilliant [8]
Beneath the Skin Outside BUPA House, Bloomsbury Way 1991 Peter Randall-Page
Conscientious Objectors' Memorial Tavistock Square 1994 [8]
Sam
Memorial for Patricia Penn
Queen Square, London 1997 [10]
The Green Man, inspired by Virginia Woolf's The Waves Woburn Square 1999 Lydia Kapinska
Peter Pan Great Ormond Street Hospital, WC1 2000 Diarmuid Byron O'Connor
Andrew Meller memorial Queen Square, London 2001 Patricia Finch
Virginia Woolf Tavistock Square 2004 (cast of an original of 1931) Stephen Tomlin [8][11]
Tinker Bell Great Ormond Street Hospital, WC1 2005 Diarmuid Byron O'Connor
Armillary sphere sundial Torrington Square 2008
Female figure on drinking fountain, sometimes known as the "Woman of Samaria" Guilford Place opoosite Coram's Fields
Tiruvalluvar Outside School of Oriental and African Studies
Hippocrates bust University College London Building, Gower Place/ Gower Street 1930 [12]
Charles Darwin bust window of Darwin Building, Gower Street
Rabindranath Tagore bust Gordon Square 2011 Shenda Amery
Noor Inayat Khan bust Gordon Square 2012

Camden Town

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Richard Cobden Camden High Street 1868 W and T Wills [3]
Matilda Fountain Gloucester Gate 1878 Joseph Durham [13]
Seated figure Kingsway College on Longford Street 1976 Jean Bullock [14]
Horses Camden Stables Market
Sculpture Maitland Park Villas, Camden
Cat statues Entrance to former Carreras Cigarette Factory, Hampstead Road, Camden 1996
Black cat motifs Façade of former Carreras Cigarette Factory, Hampstead Road, Camden 1996
Winehouse, AmyAmy Winehouse Camden Stables Market 2014 Eaton, ScottScott Eaton [15]

Covent Garden

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Notes Listing
Drinking fountain Drinking fountain High Holborn 1897
Seven Dials Monument Column Seven Dials 1988–9
Andrew ("Red") Mason after Edward Pierce Unveiled 29 June 1989 by Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands, as part of the celebrations for the tercentenary of William and Mary's accession. The original Sundial Pillar was erected by Thomas Neale in the early 1690s; it was pulled down in 1773 in order to deter "undesirables" from congregating around it.[16]
ob 08 Sculpture Central Saint Giles, St Giles High Street 2008 Steven Gontarski
The bright red abstract sculpture, which stands 5 metres high, is made of painted and lacquered glass-fibre-reinforced plastic. Gontarski wished to "create a heart in the midst of an urban development".[17]
William Sculpture Central Saint Giles, St Giles High Street Rebecca Warren
Adapted from a smaller work by the sculptor also titled William. The fluid, anonymous figure is intended to "speak of the ever-shifting present" and not of the past, and thus have the opposite qualities to most public sculpture.[17]

Euston Road

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Robert Stephenson Euston station 1871 (installed) Carlo Marochetti [18]
Britannia St. Pancras Station old facade, Pancras Road side
War memorial Front of Euston Station
Caryatids St Pancras Parish Church, Euston Road John Charles Felix Rossi
Piscator 2 Forecourt of Euston Station 1980 Eduardo Paolozzi [19]
Euston Arch tile motif Euston tube station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Tom Eckersley [20]
Newton

Sir Isaac Newton

Forecourt of the British Library 1995 Eduardo Paolozzi [19]
The Meeting Place St Pancras railway station 2007 Paul Day [21]
Sir John Betjeman St Pancras railway station 2007 Martin Jenning [22]
Archangel Michael, in memory of victims of 7 July 2005 bombings St Pancras Parish Church 2004 Emily Young [23]
Five crowns on a cross tile motif King's Cross St Pancras tube station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Tom Eckersley [20]
Saint Joan (play) by George Bernard Shaw Shaw Theatre entrance in Ossulston St (just off Euston Road) 1971 (new version 2002) Keith Grant [24]

Fitzrovia

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Artist Notes Coordinates
"Warren" tile motif Warren Street tube station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Alan Fletcher [20]
Francisco de Miranda Corner of Fitzroy Square and Fitzroy Street 1990 after Rafael de la Cova Modern replica of a sculpture of 1895. Stands close to 58 Grafton Way ("Casa Miranda"), where the Venezuelan revolutionary lived with his English wife from 1802 to 1810.[25]
View Fitzroy Square 1977 Naomi Blake
Fitzrovia Mural Whitfield Gardens 1980 Simon Barber and Mick Jones Barber painted the bottom half and Jones (son of the trade unionist Jack Jones) the top half of the mural, which depicts "various unnamed characters of Fitzrovia and greedy speculators". As of 2013 the work was in poor condition.[26]

Hampstead

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Chalybeate well and Susanna Noël memorial Well Walk, Hampstead 1698 [27]
Drinking fountain Rosslyn Hill, Hampstead 1850s [28]
Virgin and Child St Mary's Church, Hampstead, on tower 1852 William Wardell

Hampstead Heath

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
War Memorial Junction of Spaniards Road and North End Way, Hampstead Heath c. 1920 [29]
Art mural Platforms of Hampstead Heath railway station 2011 Johnson Tiles and Claire Woods [30]

Highgate

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Sir Sidney Waterlow Waterlow Park, Highgate Frank Taubman [3]
Karl Marx Highgate Cemetery 1956 Laurence Bradshaw [3]

Holborn

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source Coordinates
Edward I of England Kingsgate House, High Holborn Richard Garbe
Edward VII of England Kingsgate House, High Holborn Richard Garbe
John Bunyan Southampton Row 1903 Richard Garbe
Francis Bacon South Square WC1 1912 F. W. Pomeroy [31]
Memorial to Margaret MacDonald Lincoln's Inn Fields 1914 Richard Reginald Goulden
Memorial to Frederick Smith, 2nd Viscount Hambleden Lincoln's Inn Fields 1929 Arthur George Walker Sir Edwin Lutyens [32][33]
bust of Bertrand Russell Red Lion Square 1980 Marcelle Quinton [34]
Camdonian Lincoln's Inn Fields 1980 Barry Flanagan [35]
Fenner Brockway Red Lion Square WC1 1985 Ian Walters [3]
Dolphin Between High Holborn and Lincoln's Inn Fields 1989 Anna Richtner Pentney
Canadian Air Force Memorial Lincoln's Inn Fields
Square the Block London School of Economics New Academic Building, corner of Kingsway and Sardinia Street 2009 Richard Wilson [36]

Swiss Cottage

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Sigmund Freud Belsize Lane/Fitzjohns Avenue 1970 (current location since 1998) Oscar Nemon [3]

References

  1. ^ St George's Bloomsbury Accessed 15 April 2010
  2. ^ Georgian London Street and Business Index – Squares Accessed 8 October 2011
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Ben Weinreb, ed. (2008). The London Encyclopaedia (Third ed.). pp. 866–876. ISBN . 
  4. ^ Friends of Bloomsbury Square | Charles James Fox Accessed 15 April 2010
  5. ^ IAN CHILVERS. "Westmacott, Sir Richard." The Oxford Dictionary of Art. 2004. Retrieved 15 April 2010 from Encyclopedia.com: [1]
  6. ^ Nisbet, Gary. "Sir George James Frampton (1860–1928)". Glasgow – City of Sculpture. Retrieved 7 April 2013. 
  7. ^ Walker, George Arthur (1861–1939) Sculptor and Illustrator – Your Archives Accessed 18 December 2010
  8. ^ a b c d Camden Council: History of Tavistock Square Accesse 15 April 2010
  9. ^ Bernard (William) Meadows Accessed 16 January 2010
  10. ^ Geograph Accessed 16 September 2010
  11. ^ [2]
  12. ^ Hippocrates bust: Royal Society of Medicine Journal Accessed 24 August 2012
  13. ^ "The Matilda Foutain". The Victorian Web. Retrieved 22 February 2010. 
  14. ^ "Sunshine and shadow". London Sidelines. Retrieved March 2012. 
  15. ^ Ellis-Petersen, Hannah (14 September 2014). "Amy Winehouse statue unveiled in London". The Guardian. Retrieved 14 September 2014. 
  16. ^ "Completing the renaissance: The Sundial Pillar & the streets". The Seven Dials Trust. Retrieved 28 August 2012. 
  17. ^ a b "Central Saint Giles Art". Retrieved 28 August 2012. 
  18. ^ Robert Stephenson Monument, Euston Station Accessed 7 February 2010
  19. ^ a b Londonist stalks...Eduardo Paolozzi Accessed 17 January 2010
  20. ^ a b c Motifs on the Victoria Line (Google Books) Accessed 19 July 2014
  21. ^ Milmo, Cahal (14 February 2007). "Art that embraces a new future for St Pancras". The Independent. Retrieved 4 March 2010. 
  22. ^ "A poet’s vision". Camden New Journal. November 2007. Retrieved 4 March 2010. 
  23. ^ St Pancras Parish Church Accessed 16 September 2010
  24. ^ Shaw Theatre Website Accessed 16 October 2010
  25. ^ Asprey, Ronald; Bullus, Claire (2009). The Statues of London. London and New York: Merrell. p. 86. 
  26. ^ "The Fitzrovia mural, Whitfield Gardens, off Tottenham Court Road, W1". urban75 blog. 4 June 2013. Retrieved 5 July 2014. 
  27. ^ "Chalybeate well Hampstead". Ravish London. Retrieved 4 August 2014. 
  28. ^ "Drinking Fountain Rosslyn Hill". geograph.org.uk. Retrieved 4 August 2014. 
  29. ^ "Hampstead War Memorial". London Remembers. Retrieved 4 August 2014. 
  30. ^ "Johnson Tiles Project Hampstead Heath". Johnson Tiles. Retrieved 25 August 2014. 
  31. ^ Landow, George P. "Francis Bacon, Gray's Inn, London, by Frederick William Pomeroy". The Victorian Web. Retrieved 8 January 2013. 
  32. ^ Walker, George Arthur (1861–1939) Sculptor and Illustrator – Your Archives Accessed 7 October 2011
  33. ^ The Lutyens Trust Accessed 7 October 2011
  34. ^ "Bertrand Russell Memorial". Mind 353: 320. 1980. 
  35. ^ A&A | Camdonian Accessed 26 May 2010
  36. ^ LSE unveils new Richard Wilson sculpture, Square the Block Accessed 27 February 2010
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