List of architectural sculpture in the City of Westminster

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Eric Gill, Prospero and Ariel, 1931. Broadcasting House, Portland Square

This article lists architectural sculpture in the City of Westminster in central London.

Aldwych / Strand[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Notes Coordinates
Sir Thomas More Corner of Serle Street and Carey Street 1888 George Sherrin George Sherrin
Peter II, Count of Savoy Savoy Hotel, Strand 1904 (erected) Frank Lynn Jenkins [1]
The Ages of Man 429 Strand (Zimbabwe House) 1907–8 Jacob Epstein
2 groups of figures Either side of main entrance of Australia House, Aldwych/Strand 1915–18 Harold Parker
Phoebus Driving the Horses of the Sun Australia House, Aldwych/Strand 1923 Sir Bertram Mackennal [2]
Memorial to Andrew Young Strand, rear of central block of Bush House 1924 Eric Bradbury
Inscribed IN MEMORY OF/ ANDREW YOUNG F.S.I/ FIRST VALUER TO THE LONDON COUNTY COUNCIL/ 1884–1914/ HE LABOURED TO BEAUTIFY/ THE LONDON HE LOVED. Young oversaw the building of Aldwych and Kingsway in 1899–1905.[3]
Anglo-American Friendship Bush House, Aldwych 1924–5 Malvina Hoffman [4] 51°30′47″N 0°07′03″W / 51.51305°N 0.11748°W / 51.51305; -0.11748
Bluerain Lionel Robbins Building (LSE), Portugal Street 2009 Michael Brown [5]

Covent Garden[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Coordinates
Sir Augustus Harris Drinking fountain with bust Theatre Royal, Drury Lane (Catherine Street) 1897 Sir Thomas Brock (bust) Sidney R. J. Smith [6]
Memorial to David Garrick Bronze relief 27 Southampton Street 1901 Henry Charles Fehr Charles Fitzroy Doll [7]
Market Memorial Bronze relief Southampton Street 2006 Glynis John Owen [8]

Fitzrovia[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Atalante and Caryatid 82 Mortimer Street 1896 Arthur Beresford Pite [9]
Prospero and Ariel Broadcasting House, Langham Place 1931 Eric Gill [10]
Ariel between Wisdom and Gaiety Broadcasting House, Langham Place 1931 Eric Gill
Ariel hearing Celestial Music Broadcasting House, Langham Place 1931 Eric Gill
Ariel piping to the Children Broadcasting House, Langham Place 1931 Eric Gill
John Nash All Souls Church, Langham Place 1956 Cecil Thomas [11]
Winged Figure Outside John Lewis department store, Oxford Street 1963 Barbara Hepworth
Breathing Egton Wing, Broadcasting House, Langham Street 2008 (unveiled) Jaume Plensa
World Egton Wing, Broadcasting House, Langham Street Mark Pimlott

Knightsbridge[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Triga Sculptural group 1 Knightsbridge Green (formerly Caltex House) 1958 Franta Belsky Stone, Toms and Partners (1955–7)
Hurley, Robertson and Associates (2001 refurbishment)
[12][13]
Four Season Reliefs Jumeirah Carlton Tower Hotel, south façade 1961 Dame Elisabeth Frink Michael Rosenhauer [14]

Marylebone[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Madonna and Child Dean’s Mews 1952 Jacob Epstein Louis Osman [15]
Charles Dickens Panel Ferguson House, Marylebone Road 1960 Estcourt James (Jim) Clack Clifford Culpin [16]
Heron George Street
Girl The Plaza, 116–132 Oxford Street 1997 Michael Rizzello [17]
Westminster Double Richbourne Court, Harrowby Street 2003 Hamish Black [18]

Mayfair[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Painting Colnaghi, 144–146 New Bond Street 1911 Henry Poole Lanchester & Rickards [19]
Science 70–71 New Bond Street Thomas Rudge [19]
Commerce 70–71 New Bond Street Louis Frederick Roslyn [19]
Art 70–71 New Bond Street Louis Frederick Roslyn [19]
Time–Life Screen New Bond Street 1952–3 Henry Moore [20]
Eagle U.S. Embassy, Grosvenor Square 1960 Theodore Roszak [21]
Helix 1–4 Curzon Street 1998 Eilìs O’Connell [22]
Verge 23 Savile Row 2003–8 Joel Shapiro Eric Parry [23]
Entrance Sculpture 1 Hanover Street 2005 Bruce McLean Sheppard Robson [24]

Burlington House[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Michelangelo Burlington House 1870s William Calder Marshall
Titian Burlington House 1870s William Calder Marshall
Phidias Burlington House 1870s Joseph Durham
William of Wykeham Burlington House 1870s Joseph Durham
John Flaxman Burlington House 1870s Henry Weekes
Raphael Burlington House 1870s Henry Weekes
Leonardo da Vinci Burlington House 1870s Edward Stephens
Sir Joshua Reynolds Burlington House 1870s Edward Stephens
Sir Christopher Wren Burlington House 1870s Edward Stephens

6 Burlington Gardens[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Source
Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz (an “illustrious foreigner”) Pedestrian statue in niche First storey 1870s Patrick MacDowell [25]
Georges Cuvier (an “illustrious foreigner”) Pedestrian statue in niche First storey 1870s Patrick MacDowell [25]
Carl Linnaeus (an “illustrious foreigner”) Pedestrian statue in niche First storey 1870s Patrick MacDowell [25]
Adam Smith (an “English worthy”, although actually Scottish) Pedestrian statue in niche First storey 1870s William Theed [25]
John Locke (an “English worthy”) Pedestrian statue in niche First storey 1870s William Theed [25]
Francis Bacon (an “English worthy”) Pedestrian statue in niche First storey 1870s William Theed [25]
Sir Isaac Newton (representing Science) Seated statue Above the portico 1870s John Durham [25]
Jeremy Bentham (representing Law) Seated statue Above the portico 1870s John Durham [25]
John Milton (representing Arts) Seated statue Above the portico 1870s John Durham [25]
William Harvey (representing Medicine) Seated statue Above the portico 1870s John Durham [25]
Galileo Galilei (an “illustrious foreigner”) Pedestrian statue Eastern balustrade 1870s Edward William Wyon [25]
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe (an “illustrious foreigner”) Pedestrian statue Eastern balustrade 1870s Edward William Wyon [25]
Pierre-Simon Laplace (an “illustrious foreigner”) Pedestrian statue Eastern balustrade 1870s Edward William Wyon [25]
Galen (representing “ancient culture”) Pedestrian statue Central balustrade 1870s James Sherwood Westmacott [25]
Cicero (representing “ancient culture”) Pedestrian statue Central balustrade 1870s James Sherwood Westmacott [25]
Aristotle (representing “ancient culture”) Pedestrian statue Central balustrade 1870s James Sherwood Westmacott [25]
Plato (representing “ancient culture”) Pedestrian statue Central balustrade 1870s William F. Woodington [25]
Archimedes (representing “ancient culture”) Pedestrian statue Central balustrade 1870s William F. Woodington [25]
Justinian I (representing “ancient culture”) Pedestrian statue Central balustrade 1870s William F. Woodington [25]
John Hunter (an “English worthy”, although actually Scottish) Pedestrian statue Western balustrade 1870s Matthew Noble [25]
David Hume (an “English worthy”, although actually Scottish) Pedestrian statue Western balustrade 1870s Matthew Noble [25]
Humphry Davy (an “English worthy”) Pedestrian statue Western balustrade 1870s Matthew Noble [25]

Millbank[edit]

Entrance to Thames House
Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Saint George Thames House 1928 Charles Sargeant Jagger
Britannia Thames House 1928 Charles Sargeant Jagger
Marine Transport Imperial Chemical House 1928 Charles Sargeant Jagger
The Sower Imperial Chemical House 1928 Charles Sargeant Jagger
Chemistry Imperial Chemical House 1928 Charles Sargeant Jagger
The Builder Imperial Chemical House 1928 Charles Sargeant Jagger

St James’s[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Sekhmet Bust Sotheby's, 34–35 New Bond Street c. 1320 BC
[26]
Pallas Athene Statue Athenaeum Club, Waterloo Place c. 1828 Edward Hodges Baily
Peter De Wint Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
John Robert Cozens Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
David Cox Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
Paul Sandby Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
George Barret, Jr. Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
Thomas Girtin Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
J. M. W. Turner Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
William Henry Hunt Bust Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Edward Onslow Ford [19]
Allegorical figures Sculptures Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colours, Piccadilly Francis Verheyden [19]
Moonlight Ramble Sculpture Haymarket House, 27 Haymarket 1992 Jane Ackroyd [27]
States of Mind Relief Carlton House Terrace 1999 David John Kent

Soho[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Bust of Edward Smith-Stanley, 14th Earl of Derby St. Peter’s School, Great Windmill Street 1871 Attributed to Hamilton MacCarthy, after Matthew Noble [28]
The Spirit of Electricity Orion House (formerly Thorn House), Lichfield Street 1958–61 Geoffrey Clarke Renton Howard Wood Levine [29]
The Horses of Helios Haymarket near Piccadilly Circus 1992 Rudy Weller [30]
The Three Graces Coventry Street 1992 Rudy Weller
Britannia and many other figures County Fire Office Building, 218–222 Regent Street
Lion 64 Shaftesbury Avenue (corner with Wardour Street) 2009 Hsiao-Chi Tsai and Kimiyo Yoshikawa [31]

Temple[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Coordinates
Bust of Robert Devereux, 3rd Earl of Essex Devereux Court c. 1676 Attributed to Caius Gabriel Cibber [32]
Winged Form Abbey Life House, Arundel Street 1968 Geoffrey Wickham [33]
The Marchers King's College, London 1975 Fred Kormis [34]

Trafalgar Square and vicinity[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Coordinates
Europe and Asia National Gallery (main portico) Charles Rossi William Wilkins
Victories and other female figures National Gallery (east and west entrance porticoes) William Wilkins
Minerva (originally Britannia) National Gallery (east façade) John Flaxman; completed by Edward Hodges Baily William Wilkins
Commerce Norway House, Cockspur Street 1914 Louis Frederick Roselieb Metcalfe & Greig [35]
Transport Norway House, Cockspur Street 1914 Louis Frederick Roselieb Metcalfe & Greig [35]
Industry Norway House, Cockspur Street 1914 Louis Frederick Roselieb Metcalfe & Greig [35]
Communications Norway House, Cockspur Street 1914 Louis Frederick Roselieb Metcalfe & Greig [35]
Bartolomeu Dias South Africa House, Trafalgar Square 1934 Coert Steynberg Sir Herbert Baker [36]
Winged springbok South Africa House, Trafalgar Square 1934 Sir Charles Wheeler Sir Herbert Baker [37]
Endangered Species and portrait heads Grand Buildings, Strand and Northumberland Avenue c. 1991 Barry Baldwin Sidell Gibson and Associates

National Portrait Gallery[edit]

The St Martin's Place (top) and Irving Street façades of the National Portrait Gallery
Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Thomas Babington Macaulay, 1st Baron Macaulay St Martin's Place façade (over entrance) Ewan Christian
Philip Stanhope, 5th Earl Stanhope St Martin's Place façade (over entrance) Ewan Christian
Thomas Carlyle St Martin's Place façade (over entrance) Ewan Christian
William Lodge St Martin's Place façade (facing north) Ewan Christian
Thomas Fuller St Martin's Place façade Ewan Christian
James Granger St Martin's Place façade (facing north) Ewan Christian
William Faithorne St Martin's Place façade (facing north) Ewan Christian
Edward Hyde, 1st Earl of Clarendon St Martin's Place façade Ewan Christian
Horace Walpole St Martin's Place façade Ewan Christian
Hans Holbein the Younger Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Sir Anthony van Dyck Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Sir Peter Lely Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Sir Godfrey Kneller Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
William Hogarth Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Sir Joshua Reynolds Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Louis-François Roubiliac Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Sir Thomas Lawrence Irving Street façade Ewan Christian
Sir Francis Leggatt Chantrey Irving Street façade Ewan Christian

Victoria[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Blewcoat Charity Boy Blewcoat School, Caxton Street 1709
Queen Victoria and Edward VII Caxton Hall 1902 [38]
Anna Pavlova plus 2 female figures, top of building Victoria Palace Theatre
Speed Wings Over the World National Audit Office building (formerly Imperial Airways building) Eric Broadbent
Day and Night 55 Broadway Jacob Epstein Charles Holden
North Wind 55 Broadway A. H. Gerrard Charles Holden
North Wind 55 Broadway Eric Gill Charles Holden
East Wind 55 Broadway Eric Gill Charles Holden
East Wind 55 Broadway Allan G. Wyon Charles Holden
South Wind 55 Broadway Eric Gill Charles Holden
South Wind 55 Broadway Eric Aumonier Charles Holden
West Wind 55 Broadway Samuel Rabinovitch Charles Holden
West Wind 55 Broadway Henry Moore Charles Holden
St Francis 47 Francis Street 1961 Arthur Fleischmann H. A. Darbishire [32]
Split Form No. 9 10 Dean Farrar Street 1983–4 Michael Marriott Michael Lyell Associates [39]
Planned Growth Rowan House, Greycoat Street 1986–7 Peter Thursby Renton Howard Wood Levine [40]
Endangered Species Triptych Saga House, Allington Street Barry Baldwin Sidell Gibson and Associates [41]

Victoria Embankment[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Designer Source
Richard Norman Shaw Plaque Norman Shaw Buildings 1914 Hamo Thornycroft William Lethaby [42][43]

Westminster[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source
Emery Hill Bust United Westminster Almshouses, Rochester Row c. 1675 Anon. R. R. Arntz (rebuilding) [44]
Queen Anne Statue Outside 13 Queen Anne's Gate 1708 at latest Francis Bird [45]
Rev. James Palmer Bust United Westminster Almshouses, Rochester Row c. 1882 Anon. R. R. Arntz [46]
Charles I Bust St Margaret’s Church 20th century? Anon. (after Anthony van Dyck) W. A. Forsyth (niche) [47]
Christ of the Sacred Heart Chapel of the Sacred Heart, Horseferry Road 1964 Arthur Fleischmann Harry G. Clacy [48]
Man and Woman Albany House, Petty France 1964 Willi Soukop D. E. Harrington [49]

Westminster Abbey[edit]

The west façade of Westminster Abbey with niche sculptures of 20th-century martyrs above the portal
Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Source
St Maximilian Kolbe Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Andrew Tanser [50]
Manche Masemola Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 John Roberts [51]
Archbishop Janani Luwum Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Neil Simmons [52]
Grand Duchess Elizabeth of Russia Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 John Roberts [53]
Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Tim Crawley [54]
Archbishop Óscar Romero Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 John Roberts [55]
Dietrich Bonhoeffer Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Tim Crawley [56]
Esther John Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Neil Simmons [57]
Lucian Tapiedi Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Tim Crawley [58]
Wang Zhiming Statue in niche above Great West Door 1998 Neil Simmons [59]

Whitehall[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Earth and Water Horse Guards Avenue, outside Ministry of Defence building 1924 Sir Charles Wheeler [37]

Foreign and Commonwealth Office[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Source
America Relief Whitehall façade (spandrel on first storey) Henry Hugh Armstead [60]
Australasia Relief Whitehall façade (spandrel on first storey) Henry Hugh Armstead [61]
Africa Relief Whitehall façade (spandrel on first storey) Henry Hugh Armstead [62]
Asia Relief Whitehall façade (spandrel on first storey) Henry Hugh Armstead [63]
Europe Relief Whitehall façade (spandrel on first storey) Henry Hugh Armstead [64]
Captain James Cook Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Sir John Franklin Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
William Wilberforce Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
David Livingstone Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Sir Francis Drake Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Elizabeth I Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Alfred the Great Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Edward the Confessor, an Angel and Christianity Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette and surrounding spandrels on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Æthelberht of Wessex Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Adam Smith Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Sinclair Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Sir Francis Bacon Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip
Sir Joshua Reynolds Relief Whitehall façade (roundel in lunette on second storey) Henry Hugh Armstead / John Birnie Philip

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Bibliography[edit]

Ward-Jackson, Philip (2011). Public Sculpture of Historic Westminster: Volume 1. Public Sculpture of Britain. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 

External links[edit]

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