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List of public art in Greenwich

This is a list of public art in the Royal Borough of Greenwich.

Deptford

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Memorial to Margaret McMillan Rachel McMillan Nursery School, McMillan Street

1932 Sir Herbert Baker (architect) Grade II [1]
Peter the Great Glaisher Street 2001 Cleve Severin Statue

Greenwich

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
George II Old Royal Naval College

1735 John Michael Rysbrack Statue Grade II [2]
William IV King William Walk

1845 Samuel Nixon Statue Grade II [3]
Memorial to Joseph René Bellot Cutty Sark Gardens

1855 Philip Hardwick Obelisk Grade II [2]
Memorial to the New Zealand Campaign (1863–4) King William Walk

after 1864
?
Obelisk Grade II [4]
General James Wolfe Blackheath Avenue, Greenwich Park

1927 Robert Tait McKenzie Statue Grade II
Sir Walter Raleigh National Maritime Museum

1959 William McMillan Statue
[5]
Dolphin Sundial Titanic Memorial Garden, Royal Observatory 1977–8 Christopher Daniel and Edwin Russell Sundial with sculpture
Captain James Cook National Maritime Museum

1994 Sir Arthur Weller Statue
[6]
Prime Meridian marker Royal Observatory 1999 Christina Garzia Sculpture
Nelson’s Ship in a Bottle National Maritime Museum 2010 Yinka Shonibare Sculpture
Yuri Gagarin Royal Observatory 2011 Anatoly Novikov Statue Zinc alloy
[7]

North Greenwich

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Quantum Cloud Greenwich Peninsula

2000 Antony Gormley Sculpture
Slice of Reality Greenwich Peninsula

2000 Richard Wilson Sculpture
[8]

Woolwich

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Afghan and Zulu War Memorial Repository Road

1881/3? Victor Gleichen Megalithoid with sculpture Stone and copper(?) 5.72 m high Grade II [9]
Assembly Royal Arsenal

Peter Burke Sculptures
Memorial to Dial Square, Royal Arsenal and Woolwich Arsenal Football Clubs Outside the Dial Arch pub, Royal Arsenal
?
Sculpture

References

  1. ^ "Memorial to Margaret McMillan at Rachel McMillan Nursery School, Greenwich". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  2. ^ a b Ben Weinreb, ed. (2008). The London Encyclopaedia (Third ed.). pp. 866–876. ISBN . 
  3. ^ Samuel Nixon (c.1803-1854) Accessed 16 January 2010
  4. ^ "Monument to Officers and Men Who Fell in New Zealand Campaign 1863-64 (At North East Part of College, Greenwich". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 9 November 2012. 
  5. ^ http://www.jimbatty.com/IMG/london/greenwich/5A123006_D.html
  6. ^ http://www.jimbatty.com/IMG/london/greenwich/5A122923.html
  7. ^ "Yuri Gagarin statue at the Royal Observatory". Royal Museums Greenwich. Retrieved 23 July 2013. 
  8. ^ http://www.richardwilsonsculptor.com/projects/slice%20of%20reality.html
  9. ^ "Afghan and Zulu Wars Memorial". National Recording Project. Public Monuments & Sculpture Association. Retrieved 4 January 2014. 

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