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List of public art in Lambeth

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

Brixton

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Platform Piece/Peter Lloyd Brixton railway station 1986 Kevin Atherton
Platform Piece Brixton railway station 1986 Kevin Atherton
Four allegorical figures Lambeth Town Hall clock tower
Sir Henry Tate bust Brixton Library 1905
Brixton murals Various locations in and around Brixton Town Centre
Pile of bricks tile motif Brixton tube station, Victoria line platforms c. 1971 Hans Unger [1]

Clapham

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Memorial fountain Clapham Common, between Long Road & The Pavement

South Bank

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Edward VI
Outside main entrance, St Thomas' Hospital

1682 Thomas Cartwright Statue Grade II* listed [2]
Sir Robert Clayton
A garden outside St Thomas' Hospital 1702 Grinling Gibbons Statue Grade I listed [3]
Edward VI
St Thomas' Hospital

1736 Peter Scheemakers Statue Bronze Grade II* listed [4]
The South Bank Lion
Outside County Hall

1837 (restored 1951) William F. Woodington Statue Coade stone Grade II* listed [5]
[1]
Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor
Motor Cyclist Courtyard of the Shell Centre c. 1957 Siegfried Charoux
The Shell Fountain Courtyard of the Shell Centre 1960 Franta Belsky
Jubilee Oracle Next to Jubilee Gardens 1960 "Alexander"
Revolving Torsion Fountain A garden outside St Thomas' Hospital 1972 Naum Gabo
Neon Tower Hayward Gallery 1972 Philip Vaughan and Roger Dainton
Zemran First floor terrace, Royal Festival Hall 1972 William Pye
South of the River Outside Becket House, Lambeth Palace Road 1972 Bernard Schottlander
Frédéric Chopin Royal Festival Hall 1975 B. Kubica
Space Venus Outside County Hall 1977–1984 Salvador Dalí
Nobility of Time Outside County Hall 1977–1984 Salvador Dalí
Space Elephant Outside County Hall 1980 Salvador Dalí
Pend Outside the Queen Elizabeth Hall 1983 Anne Nicholson
Riverwalk Outside Royal Festival Hall 1983 Richard Harris
Arena Outside the National Theatre 1983–88 John Maine
International Brigades Memorial Outside County Hall 1985 Ian Walters
Nelson Mandela Outside the Royal Festival Hall 1985 Ian Walters
London Pride Outside the National Theatre 1987

(Replica of statue of 1951)

Frank Dobson
Cross the Divide Outside St Thomas' Hospital 2000 Rick Kirby
Lord Laurence Olivier Outside the National Theatre

Lambeth

Image Title / subject Location &
Coordinates
Date Artist Type Material Dimensions Designation Owner/ Administrator Notes
Agriculture, Engineering, Pottery Vauxhall Bridge 1907 F. W. Pomeroy Statues
International Memorial to Seafarers International Maritime Organization, Albert Embankment 2001 Michael Sandle Sculpture Unveiled 27 September (World Maritime Day) 2001.[6]
Special Operations Executive Memorial
Violette Szabo
Lambeth Palace Road, opposite entrance to Lambeth Palace 2009 Karen Newman Bust Unveiled 4 October 2009 by the Duke of Wellington.[7]

Stockwell

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Bronze Woman Stockwell Memorial Gardens 2008 Ian Walters
Stockwell War Memorial Stockwell Road 2001 Brian Barnes
Swan tile motif Stockwell tube station, Victoria line platforms c. 1971 Abram Games [8]
Jean Charles de Menezes memorial Outside Stockwell tube station 7 January 2010 Mary Edwards [9]

Streatham

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Streatham War Memorial Memorial Gardens, Streatham Common North 1921 Albert Toft
Charioteer with 4 horses Caesar's Night Club, Streatham Hill

Vauxhall

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Vauxhall Gardens tile motif Vauxhall tube station, Victoria line platforms c. 1971 George Smith [10]

Waterloo

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Terence Cuneo Waterloo station Philip Jackson
King Edward VI in the court of St. Thomas's Hospital P Scheemakers

References

  1. ^ Porter, Laura. "Victoria Line Tile Motifs - Brixton". Go London. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 
  2. ^ "Stone Statue of Edward VI at North Entrance to Ward Block of North Wing at St Thomas' Hospital, Lambeth". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 19 September 2013. 
  3. ^ "Statue of Robert Clayton at North Entrance to Ward Block of North Wing at St Thomas' Hospital, Lambeth". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 19 September 2013. 
  4. ^ "Bronze Statue of Edward VI at North Entrance to Ward Block of North Wing at St Thomas' Hospital, Lambeth". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 19 September 2013. 
  5. ^ "The South Bank Lion at East End of Westminster Bridge, Lambeth". British Listed Buildings. Retrieved 19 September 2012. 
  6. ^ Matthews 2012, p. 186
  7. ^ "Duke of Wellington unveils Violette Szabo bust at South Bank pageant". London SE1. 4 October 2009. Retrieved 18 September 2013. 
  8. ^ Porter, Laura. "Victoria Line Tile Motifs - Stockwell". Go London. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 
  9. ^ "Jean Charles de Menezes memorial unveiled". The Guardian. 7 January 2010. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 
  10. ^ Porter, Laura. "Victoria Line tile motifs - Vauxhall". Go London. Retrieved 11 August 2014. 
Bibliography
  • Matthews, Peter (2012). London’s Statues and Monuments. Botley: Shire Publications. 

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