List of public art in the City of London

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Detail of the Temple Bar Marker, the most elaborate of the boundary markers of the City of London.

This is a list of public art in the City of London, including statues, busts, commemorative plaques and other memorials.

The City of London is the historic nucleus of London as well as its modern financial centre. The City of London Corporation, its municipal governing body, states that "around almost every corner in the City you will find an unusual piece of public art or a commemoration of the City's great history."[1] This article lists the various works by the general geographical area in which they are located.

Aldgate[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Ridirich sculpture, Aldgate, City of London.JPG Ridirich Little Somerset Street 1980 Keith McCarter [1]
Statue Of 'Two Crutched Friars'.jpg Sculpture of two friars Crutched Friars 1984-5 Michael Black 51°30′44″N 0°04′37″W / 51.51220°N 0.07698°W / 51.51220; -0.07698

Bank[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Statue Of The Duke Of Wellington-Royal Exchange-London.jpg Arthur Wellesley, 1st Duke of Wellington Bank junction 1844 Sir Francis Legatt Chantrey and Henry Weekes 51°30′48″N 0°05′18″W / 51.51347°N 0.08847°W / 51.51347; -0.08847
Statue Of Sir Hugh Middleton-Royal Exchange-London.JPG Hugh Myddelton Royal Exchange (Threadneedle Street side) 1844 Samuel Joseph 51°30′50″N 0°05′14″W / 51.51382°N 0.08721°W / 51.51382; -0.08721
Statue Of Richard (Dick) Whittington-Royal Exchange-London.JPG Richard Whittington Royal Exchange (Threadneedle Street side) 1844 John Edward Carew 51°30′50″N 0°05′14″W / 51.51379°N 0.08735°W / 51.51379; -0.08735
Statue Of Sir Thomas Gresham-Royal Exchange-London.JPG Thomas Gresham Royal Exchange 1844–5
Peabody Royal Exchange Statue.jpg George Peabody Royal Exchange Buildings 1869 William Wetmore Story 51°30′50″N 0°05′12″W / 51.51391°N 0.08662°W / 51.51391; -0.08662
Statue Of Atlas-King Street-London.JPG Atlas King Street 1894c. 1894 Farmer & Brindley 51°30′51″N 0°05′32″W / 51.51415°N 0.09226°W / 51.51415; -0.09226
Fountain behind Royal Exchange.jpg Charity fountain Royal Exchange Avenue 1897 after Jules Dalou 51°30′50″N 0°05′11″W / 51.51391°N 0.08640°W / 51.51391; -0.08640
Sculpture Sea, Chimera & Fire Lombard Street.jpg Three Ladies sculpture: Sea, Chimera & Fire Lombard Street 1914 F. W. Doyle-Jones 51°30′44″N 0°05′12″W / 51.51236°N 0.08663°W / 51.51236; -0.08663
WW1 Memorial-Royal Exchange-London.jpg World War I memorial Bank junction 1919–20 Alfred Drury 51°30′49″N 0°05′17″W / 51.51352°N 0.08811°W / 51.51352; -0.08811
WW1 Memorial-St Michael In Cornhill Church-London.JPG World War I memorial St. Michael church, Cornhill 1920 Richard Reginald Goulden 51°30′48″N 0°05′08″W / 51.51328°N 0.08568°W / 51.51328; -0.08568
Soane Bank of England statue.jpg Sir John Soane Lothbury 1930–7 William Reid Dick 51°30′53″N 0°05′21″W / 51.51465°N 0.08912°W / 51.51465; -0.08912
Statue Of Ariel-Bank Of England-Tivoli Corner-London.JPG Ariel Tivoli Corner, Bank of England 1937 Charles Wheeler 51°30′52″N 0°05′17″W / 51.51456°N 0.08794°W / 51.51456; -0.08794
PaulJuliusReuter-bust-v.jpg Paul Julius Reuter Royal Exchange (rear side) 1976 Michael Black 51°30′49″N 0°05′12″W / 51.51371°N 0.08654°W / 51.51371; -0.08654
James Henry Greathead statue by Bank tube station.jpg James Henry Greathead Cornhill 1993–4 James Butler 51°30′48″N 0°05′17″W / 51.51334°N 0.08803°W / 51.51334; -0.08803

Blackfriars[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
'Temperance' Drinking Fountain.jpg Wills Fountain 'Temperance' Blackfriars station, New Bridge Street 1861 51°30′41″N 0°06′15″W / 51.51126°N 0.10413°W / 51.51126; -0.10413
Sculpture 'Seven Ages Of Man'-Queen Victoria Street-London.jpg Seven Ages of Man Queen Victoria Street 1980 Richard Kindersley 51°30′43″N 0°06′00″W / 51.51187°N 0.10010°W / 51.51187; -0.10010
Statue Of Newton-Old City Of London School-Victoria Embankment-London.JPG Isaac Newton Victoria Embankment by John Carpenter Street 1882 J Daymond and Son [2]
Statue Of Milton-Old City Of London School-Victoria Embankment-London.JPG John Milton Victoria Embankment by John Carpenter Street 1882 J Daymond and Son
Statue Of Bacon-Old City Of London School-Victoria Embankment-London.JPG Francis Bacon Victoria Embankment by John Carpenter Street 1882 J Daymond and Son [2]
Statue Of Shakspeare-Old City Of London School-Victoria Embankment-London.JPG| William Shakespeare Victoria Embankment by John Carpenter Street 1882 J Daymond and Son [2]
Statue Of More-Old City Of London School-Victoria Embankment-London.JPG| Thomas More Victoria Embankment by John Carpenter Street 1882
John Carpenter 1372-1442.JPG John Carpenter City of London School, Queen Victoria Street
The Black Friar PH-Queen Victoria Street-London.JPG The Black Friar New Bridge Street/Queen Victoria Street
Statue Of Queen Victoria-Blackfriars Bridge-London.JPG Queen Victoria Blackfriars Bridge 1896 C. B. Birch [2]
Sculpture 'St.George & The Dragon'-Dorset Rise-London.jpg Saint George and the Dragon Dorset Rise 1988 Michael Sandle 51°30′46″N 0°06′20″W / 51.51282°N 0.10569°W / 51.51282; -0.10569

Broadgate / Liverpool Street[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source Coordinates
Kindertransport-Meisler.jpg Für Das Kind Kindertransport memorial[3] Liverpool Street station 2003 Frank Meisler [4] 51°31′03″N 0°04′57″W / 51.51763°N 0.08261°W / 51.51763; -0.08261
GER memorial Liverpool St.JPG Great Eastern Railway World War I memorial Liverpool Street station 1922 51°31′03″N 0°04′57″W / 51.51763°N 0.08261°W / 51.51763; -0.08261
Memorial To Field Marshal Sir Henry Wilson.jpg Sir Henry Wilson Liverpool Street station 1922 51°31′03″N 0°04′57″W / 51.51763°N 0.08261°W / 51.51763; -0.08261
Memorial to Captain Charles Fryatt.jpg Charles Fryatt Liverpool Street station 1917 51°31′03″N 0°04′57″W / 51.51763°N 0.08261°W / 51.51763; -0.08261
Sculpture 'Broadgate Venus'-Broadgate-London.JPG Broadgate Venus Exchange Square, Broadgate 1990 Fernando Botero [4] 51°31′11″N 0°04′50″W / 51.51972°N 0.08050°W / 51.51972; -0.08050
Bellerophon Taming Pegasus.jpg Bellerophon Taming Pegasus Broadgate Jacques Lipchitz
RichardSerra Fulcrum.jpg Fulcrum Broadgate 1987 Richard Serra
Sculpture 'Rush Hour'-Finsbury Avenue-London.JPG Rush Hour Finsbury Avenue Square 1987 George Segal

Cannon Street[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
Sculpture 'LiffeTrader'-Walbrook-London.JPG LIFFE trader Walbrook 1997 Stephen Melton
Sculpture Of Barge Master & Swan Marker.jpg The Barge Master & Swan Master Garlick Hill 2007 Vivien Mallock
Icarus sculpture, Cannon Street, City of London.JPG Icarus Old Change Court 1973 Michael Ayrton [5]
Break the Wall of Distrust sculpture, Cannon Street, London.JPG Break the Wall of Distrust Cannon Street 1990 Zurab Tsereteli [6]

Fenchurch Street[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Location Date Sculptor Source
The Gilt of Cain - geograph.org.uk - 1281874.jpg Gilt of Cain
Bicentenary of the abolition of the transatlantic slave trade
Fen Court, Fenchurch Street 2007 Michael Visocchi [7]
Mice (statuettes) Philpot Lane, near junction with Eastcheap 1862 Uncertain, but thought to be John Young and Son [8]

Fleet Street[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Listing
King Lud, Androgeus and Theomantius/Tenvantius Statues St Dunstan-in-the-West probably 1586
[9] Grade I
Queen Elizabeth I Statue, St. Dunstan-in-the-West, Fleet Street, London.jpg Elizabeth I Statue in niche St Dunstan-in-the-West 1670–99
[10] Grade I
Kaled Statue in niche 193 Fleet Street 1872–3 Giuseppe Grandi
[11] Grade II
Temple Bar Memorial ILN 1880.jpg Temple Bar Memorial
Queen Victoria and Albert Edward, Prince of Wales
Memorial with statues and other sculpture Fleet Street 1879–80 Charles Bell Birch, Joseph Edgar Boehm, Charles Henry Mabey and Charles Samuel Kelsey Horace Jones [12] Grade II
Statue of Mary Queen of Scots, 143-144 Fleet Street, London.jpg Mary, Queen of Scots Statue in niche Queen of Scots House, 143–4 Fleet Street 1905
R. M. Roe [13]
T P O'Connor 1.JPG Memorial to T. P. O'Connor Bust Chronicle House, 72–8 Fleet Street 1935–6 Francis William Doyle-Jones
[14]
Resolution sculpture, Shoe Lane, London.JPG Resolution Statue Corner of Shoe Lane and St Bride Street 2007 Antony Gormley
[15]

Holborn[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Listing
Statue Of Agriculture & Commerce Holborn Viaduct.jpg Agriculture and Commerce Statues Holborn Viaduct (south parapet) 1867–9 Henry Bursill
[16] Grade II
Statue Of Fine Art & Science Holborn Viaduct.jpg Fine Art and Science Statues Holborn Viaduct (north parapet) 1868–9 Farmer & Brindley
[17] Grade II
A rather Venetian sort of Lion on the Parapet of Holborn Viaduct - geograph.org.uk - 1596284.jpg Winged Lions Statues Holborn Viaduct (north and south parapets) 1868–70 Farmer & Brindley
[18] Grade II
City Arms supporting lamp Relief sculptures Holborn Viaduct 1869 Farmer & Brindley
[19] Grade II
City Arms Relief sculptures Holborn Viaduct 1869 Farmer & Brindley
[18] Grade II
Keystone heads, Atlantes and Seated Dragons with spears Architectural sculpture Holborn Viaduct step-buildings 1869 Farmer & Brindley (Atlantes on reconstructed building by Carving Workshop, Cambridge, 2000)
[19] Grade II
Statue Of Sir Thomas Gresham Holborn Viaduct.jpg Sir Thomas Gresham Statue Holborn Viaduct (south side) 1869 Henry Bursill
[19] Grade II
Statue Of Henry FitzEylwin Holborn Viaduct.jpg Henry Fitz-Ailwin de Londonestone Statue Holborn Viaduct (south side) 1869 Henry Bursill
[20] Grade II
Statue Of Sir William Walworth Holborn Viaduct.jpg Sir William Walworth Statue Holborn Viaduct (north side) 1869 and 2000 Carving Workshop, after Henry Bursill
[20] Grade II
Sir Hugh Myddelton Statue Holborn Viaduct (north side) 1869 and 2013 after Henry Bursill
[18] Grade II
Statue Of Prince Albert Holborn Circus.jpg Albert, Prince Consort Equestrian statue with reliefs and other statues Holborn Circus 1869–74 Charles Bacon Philip Charles Hardwick and William Haywood [21] Grade II
Faith enthroned between Hope and Charity Pediment sculpture City Temple 1873–4
Lockwood & Mawson [22] Grade II
Prudence Statue in niche Prudential Assurance Building (Holborn Bars), Holborn 1898 William Birnie Rhind Alfred Waterhouse [23] Grade II
Royal Fusiliers memorial.JPG Royal London Fusiliers Monument Memorial with statue High Holborn 1920–2 Albert Toft Cheadle & Harding [24] Grade II
War Memorial Prudential.jpg Prudential Assurance 1914–18 War Memorial Memorial with sculpture Prudential Assurance Building (Holborn Bars), Holborn 1922 Ferdinand Victor Blundstone
[23]
1939–45 War Memorial Plaques Plaques with statues Prudential Assurance Building (Holborn Bars), Holborn 1950 Ferdinand Victor Blundstone
[24]
Reliefs of Africans and Europeans Relief sculptures Former Diamond Trading Company and Anglo-American Corporation of South Africa building, Holborn Viaduct 1956–7 Esmond Burton T. P. Bennett [25]
StatueOfJohnWilkes.jpg John Wilkes Statue Fetter Lane 1988 James Butler
[26]

Moorgate[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect / Designer Source Listing
Heminge Condell memorial.jpg William Shakespeare
Memorial to John Heminges
and Henry Condell
Bust Former churchyard of St Mary Aldermanbury 1895–6 Charles J. Allen Charles Clement Walker [27] Grade II
Statue Of 'Britannia' Britannia House.jpg Britannia (two versions) Architectural sculpture Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens [28] Grade II*
Indian Water-carrier Architectural sculpture Britannic House, Moorgate 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens [28] Grade II*
Persian Scarf-dancer Architectural sculpture Britannic House, Moorgate c. 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens [28] Grade II*
Woman and Baby or Spring Architectural sculpture Britannic House, Moorgate c. 1924 Francis Derwent Wood Edwin Lutyens [28] Grade II*
Decorative keystones Architectural sculpture Britannic House, Moorgate c. 1924 Messrs Broadbent & Sons Edwin Lutyens [28] Grade II*
Modern sculpture in Coleman Street, EC2 - geograph.org.uk - 1217176.jpg Ritual Sculpture Coleman Street 1968–9 Antanas Brazdys
[29]
Sculpture 'The Gardener'-London Wall-London.jpg The Gardener Statue Brewers' Hall Garden 1971–2 Karin Jonzen
[30] [31]

St Paul’s[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Listing
GoldenBoy.jpg Golden Boy of Pye Corner Statuette Giltspur Street late 17th century
[32] Grade II
Henry VIII statue, St Bartholomew's Hospital.jpg Henry VIII Statue in niche St Bartholomew's Hospital 1702–3 Francis Bird
[33] Grade I
Lameness and Disease Architectural sculptures St Bartholomew’s Hospital 1702–3 possibly Edward Strong, Jr.
[33] Grade I
Statue of Peace-West Smithfield-London.JPG Peace Drinking fountain with statue West Smithfield Gardens 1871–3 John Birnie Philip and Farmer & Brindley Francis Butler [34] Grade II
Rowland Hill statue, King Edward Street.jpg Rowland Hill Statue King Edward Street 1881–2 Edward Onslow Ford
[35] Grade II
Statue of Queen Anne at St. Paul's.jpg Queen Anne Statue with subsidiary sculptures St Paul's Churchyard 1884–6 (after an original of 1709–12) Richard Claude Belt and L. A. Malempré (after Francis Bird) Sir Christopher Wren [36] Grade II
Statue Of 'Justice' Old Bailey.jpg Justice Statue Central Criminal Court, Old Bailey 1906 Frederick William Pomeroy Edward William Mountford Grade II*
St Paul's cross, London, England, GB, IMG 5127 edit.jpg Paul’s Cross
St Paul
Preaching cross with statue St Paul’s Churchyard 1908–10 Bertram Mackennal Reginald Blomfield [37] Grade II
Charles Lamb Memorial.jpg Charles Lamb
Centenary Memorial
Bust in niche with architectural framework Giltspur Street 1935 Sir William Reynolds-Stephens
[38] Grade I
Statue Of Captain John Smith-Bow Churchyard-London.JPG Captain John Smith Statue Bow Churchyard, Cheapside 1960 (after an original of 1907) Charles Renick (after William Couper)
[39] Grade II
Memorial To Admiral Arthur Phillips-Watling Street-London.jpg Memorial to Admiral Arthur Phillip Memorial with bust and reliefs Watling Street 1932 (original memorial; most features of the present memorial date to 1968, 1976 and 2000) Charles Leonard Hartwell, W. Hamilton Buchan and Sharon A. M. Keenan
[40]
The Young Lovers, Festival Gardens, London.JPG The Young Lovers Sculptural group Festival Gardens 1950/1 Georg Ehrlich
[41]
Sculpture Of Becket-St Pauls Cathedral-London.JPG St Thomas Becket Statue St Paul’s Churchyard 1970–1 Edward Bainbridge Copnall
[42]
Paternoster Sculpture, Paternoster Square.JPG Paternoster Sculptural group Paternoster Square (north end) 1975 Elisabeth Frink
[43]
John Wesley St Paul's London.jpg John Wesley Statue St Paul’s Churchyard 1988 (cast from an original of 1825–49) after Samuel Manning the Elder and Samuel Manning the Younger
[44]
National Firefighters Memorial, Cannon Street, London.JPG Blitz, the National Firefighters Memorial Sculptural group Sermon Lane, at the top of Peter's Hill 1990–1 John W. Mills
[45]
People Of London Memorial-St Pauls Cathedral-London-.jpg Memorial to the Londoners killed in World War II Bombardments Memorial set in pavement St Paul’s Churchyard 1999 Richard Kindersley
[46]
Angel's Wings sculpture by Thomas Heatherwick, Bishop's Court, London 02.JPG Angel's Wings Sculptures Paternoster Square 2000 Thomas Heatherwick
Cordwainer statue Watling Street.jpg Cordwainer Statue Watling Street Unveiled in 2002 in Bow Churchyard

before being moved to present location

Alma Boyes
John Donne bust, St. Paul's, London.JPG John Donne Bust St Paul's Churchyard 2012 Nigel Boonham
[47]

Temple[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Listing
Submarine Memorial Relief.jpg National Submarine War Memorial Memorial with relief sculpture Victoria Embankment 1922 (with additions of 1959) Frederick Brook Hitch A. Heron Ryan Tenison [48] Grade II
Hodge Cat.jpg Hodge Statue Dr. Johnson's House, Gough Square 1997 Jon Bickley
[49]

Tower Hill[edit]

Image Title / individual commemorated Type Location Date Sculptor Architect Source Listing
Statue Of 'Brittania' Billingsgate Market.jpg Britannia, Dolphins and City Arms Pediment sculptures Old Billingsgate Market 1873–8 Unknown Horace Jones [50] Grade II
Statue of Father Thames, 10 Trinity Square, London.jpg Father Thames Statue in niche 10 Trinity Square 1921–2 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper [51] Grade II*
Exportation Architectural sculpture 10 Trinity Square 1921–2 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper [51] Grade II*
Produce Architectural sculpture 10 Trinity Square 1921–2 Albert Hodge and Charles Doman Edwin Cooper [51] Grade II*
(Another) statue on Ten Trinity Square, EC3 - geograph.org.uk - 1106279.jpg Commerce Architectural sculpture 10 Trinity Square 1921–2 Charles Doman Edwin Cooper [51] Grade II*
Statue on Port of London Authority Building in the City of London (2).jpg Navigation Architectural sculpture 10 Trinity Square 1921–2 Charles Doman Edwin Cooper [51] Grade II*
Memorial to the Merchant Seamen in Tower Hill - geograph.org.uk - 1008975.jpg Mercantine Marine Memorial:
Memorial for the 1914–18 War
Memorial pavilion Trinity Square 1926–8 William Reid Dick Edwin Lutyens [52] Grade II
Tower Hill Memorial London 6.jpg Mercantine Marine Memorial:
Memorial for the 1939–45 War
Memorial garden with enclosing wall and stone pylons Trinity Square 1950–5 Charles Wheeler Edward Maufe [53] Grade II
Trajan Statue.JPG Trajan Statue Trinity Place 20th century (after a 2nd-century original; installed 1980)
[54]
Wild horses wouldn't drag me in here - geograph.org.uk - 1093377.jpg The Minster Court Horses Statues Minster Court, Mincing Lane 1989–90 Althea Wynne
[55]
Sculpture 'The Building Worker'.jpg The Building Worker Statue Tower Hill 2006 Alan Wilson
[56]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.cityoflondon.gov.uk/things-to-do/visiting-the-city/walks-tours-and-architecture/memorials-and-public-art/Pages/default.aspx
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  3. ^ See also: Nicholas Winton and Winton Train
  4. ^ a b "BROADGATE Public Art". London Footprints. 2006. Retrieved 25 February 2010. 
  5. ^ "Icarus in City of London". UKattraction.com. Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  6. ^ Heathcote, Graham (17 May 1990). "Soviet sculpture unveiled in citadel of capitalism". AP News Archive (Associated Press). Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  7. ^ "Gilt of Cain". Futurecity. Retrieved 11 December 2013. 
  8. ^ "Philpot Lane Mice - No Longer the Smallest?". Peter Burthold. Retrieved 17 July 2014. 
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  31. ^ "Brewers' Hall Garden". London Gardens Online. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 
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  44. ^ Ward-Jackson 2003, p. 381
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  46. ^ Ward-Jackson 2003, p. 383
  47. ^ "New John Donne statue unveiled in the shadow of St Paul's". St Paul's Cathedral. 15 June 2012. Retrieved 1 January 2014. 
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Bibliography
Ward-Jackson, Philip (2003). Public Sculpture of the City of London. Public Sculpture of Britain 7. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press. 

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