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List of public art in Ealing

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

Acton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Coat of arms of the Municipal Borough of Acton Over entrance to Acton Old Town Hall, High Street, Acton 1939 [1]
Maces and commemoration of King George VI On side of Acton Old Town Hall, High Street, Acton 1940 [1]
The Treatment Rooms, mosaic covered house Fairlawn Grove / Cunnington Street, South Acton 2002 onwards Carrie Richards (The Baroness) [2][3]
James Radclyffe memorial In Acton Park 1904 [4]

Ealing

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Anti-riots mural Bond Street, Ealing 2011 Spencer Lowe, W13 arts group, Ealing youth offending service [5]
Small Workhorse (bronze statue) Oak Road, Ealing 1985 Judith Bluck [6]
Family Group Ealing Broadway Centre Robert Thomas [7]
Four caryatid sculptures Atop the columns of the east front of Pitzhanger Manor Peter Fink
Ealing War Memorial Ealing Green, outside Pitzhanger Manor 1921 Leonard Shuffrey [8]

Greenford and Perivale

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Greenford War Memorial Ruislip Road, Greenford 1921 Frederick Pushman [9]
Gates with plant designs
Roy Hall
Sunley Gardens / Perivale Wood [10]

Hanwell

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
King George VI Coronation Clock Hanwell Broadway 1937 [11]
Wharncliffe coat of arms On Wharncliffe Viaduct, Hanwell 1837 Isambard Kingdom Brunel [12]
John Conolly memorial fountain Conolly Dell, near Conolly Road, Hanwell c. 1911 [13]
Lion and unicorn At entrance to King George Field, St Mark's Road, Hanwell 1951 [14]
Elthorne Park
Hind Elthorne Park 2001 Ray Smith [15]
Various mosaic sculptures Elthorne Park

Northolt

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Northala Fields Adjacent to A40 Western Avenue, Northolt Peter Fink & Igor Marko [16]
King George VI Coronation Clock Northolt Green 1937 [17]
Mural Under A40, Northolt [18]

Southall

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Mural Hambrough Primary School, Southall 2009 Bogus the Muralist + children [19]
Hand sculpture Western Road, Southall [20]
Sensational Southall mural Western Road, Southall Local schoolchildren [21]
Sculptural Mosaic Globe Southall Park Rachel Silver [22]
Southall War Memorial The Green, Southall [23]

References

  1. ^ a b History of Acton
  2. ^ Mosaic Matters - The Treatment Rooms
  3. ^ Londonist Interviews … Baroness Von Reichardt of the Treatment Rooms
  4. ^ Monument to Acton Park to James Radcliffe, Earl of Derwentwater
  5. ^ http://www.getwestlondon.co.uk/news/local-news/anti-riots-mural-unveiled-ealings-bond-5981456
  6. ^ http://myweb.tiscali.co.uk/speel/london/ealing.htm
  7. ^ http://www.greenfordmagna.info/documents/sermon/2011_12_25-Midnight%20Mass%20of%20Christmas.pdf
  8. ^ Ealing War Memorial
  9. ^ Greenford War Memorial
  10. ^ Perivale Wood
  11. ^ Other Notable Buildings - Hanwell Clock Tower
  12. ^ Wharncliffe Viaduct
  13. ^ Hanwell Walk
  14. ^ Olde Hanwell Residents Association - King Georges Field
  15. ^ [1]
  16. ^ Major awards for Northala Fields - Europe’s largest land art
  17. ^ Borough of Ealing Clock Tower, Northolt, UK
  18. ^ Mural under A40 Canal Bridge
  19. ^ http://marvellousmurals.blogspot.co.uk/2009/06/hambrough-primary-school-and-nursery.html
  20. ^ Sculpture in Western Road
  21. ^ [2]
  22. ^ [3]
  23. ^ Southall War Memorial
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