List of public art in the London Borough of Haringey

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

Image Title / subject Location and
coordinates
Date Artist / designer Type Designation Notes
Tottenham high cross 1.jpg
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Tottenham High Cross Junction of High Road and Monument Way, Tottenham

51°35′20″N 0°4′13″W / 51.58889°N 0.07028°W / 51.58889; -0.07028
1600 c. 1600 (modified 1809) ? Cross Grade II [1]
Catherine Smithies Memorial Wood Green.jpg
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Catharine Smithies Memorial Drinking Fountain Bounds Green Road, Wood Green

51°36′03″N 0°06′58″W / 51.6009°N 0.1162°W / 51.6009; -0.1162
1879 ? Obelisk with drinking fountain Grade II [2][3]
Wood Green cattle trough.JPG
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Wood Green Drinking Fountain & Cattle Trough Wood Green High Road, near junction with Trinity Road

51°36′03″N 0°06′43″W / 51.600947°N 0.111807°W / 51.600947; -0.111807
1901 ? Drinking Fountain & Cattle Trough Grade II [4]
Wood Green war memorial (January 2010).jpg
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Wood Green War Memorial Wood Green High Road, near junction with Bounds Green Road

51°35′58″N 0°06′39″W / 51.5995°N 0.1109°W / 51.5995; -0.1109
1920 ? War memorial Grade II [5]
War Memorial Tottenham Green (5619977649).jpg
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Tottenham War Memorial Tottenham Green, Tottenham

51°35′12.43″N 0°4′17.22″W / 51.5867861°N 0.0714500°W / 51.5867861; -0.0714500
1923 Louis Frederick Roslyn War memorial with statue Grade II [6]
Statue outside Hornsey Library.jpg Reclining figure in Bronze Outside Hornsey Library, Haringey Park, Crouch End

51°34′41.3″N 0°7′20.6″W / 51.578139°N 0.122389°W / 51.578139; -0.122389
1964 Thomas Bayliss Huxley-Jones Bronze N/A
Ferry across the River Lea Motif at Tottenham Hale tube station - geograph.org.uk - 614578.jpg Ferry boat tile motif Tottenham Hale station, Victoria line platforms 1968 Edward Bawden Tile murals N/A [7]
Seven Sisters station 034.jpg Seven trees tile motif Seven Sisters station, Victoria line platforms 1969 Hans Unger Tile murals N/A [8]
Embracing Forms Tottenham High Road, near the Tottenham High Cross, across from the Maa Maat Cultural Centre

51°21′08″N 4°07′19″W / 51.35223°N 004.122°W / 51.35223; -004.122
1983 Vanessa Pomeroy Sculpture N/A [9]
Spriggan sculpture by Marilyn Collins, Parkland Walk, Haringey.jpg
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The Spriggan Parkland Walk, near site of former Crouch End railway station

51°34′29″N 0°07′37″W / 51.57461°N 0.12692°W / 51.57461; -0.12692
1993 Marilyn Collins Sculpture N/A [10]
Bust of Oliver Tambo Albert Road Recreation Ground, Muswell Hill 2007 Ian Walters Bust N/A [11]
Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React (cropped).jpg Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React
The Holocaust
Bruce Castle 2007 Paul Margetts after Claudia Holder Sculpture N/A Unveiled 2008.[12]
Bruce Castle Holocaust Sculpture Bruce Castle 2013 ? Sculpture N/A Unveiled 7 July 2013.[13]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Historic England. "Tottenham High Cross (1188856)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  2. ^ Historic England. "Obelisk memorial drinking fountain (1359592)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  3. ^ "Monument to Victorian Anti-Slavery & Animal Rights Campaigner", Harringay Online, retrieved 13 February 2015
  4. ^ "Cattle Trough, Haringey", British Listed Buildings, retrieved 13 February 2015
  5. ^ "War Memorial, Haringey", British Listed Buildings, retrieved 5 September 2015
  6. ^ Historic England. "War Memorial (1061398)". National Heritage List for England. Retrieved 30 October 2015.
  7. ^ Victoria Line Tile Motifs – Tottenham Hale
  8. ^ "Who Were The Seven Sisters?", Londonist, 24 November 2014, retrieved 5 September 2015
  9. ^ London: North, 1998, retrieved 23 August 2017
  10. ^ "The Mystery of the Parkland Walk Spriggan Solved", Harringay online, 9 October 2013, retrieved 5 September 2015
  11. ^ Matthews 2012, pp. 206–207
  12. ^ Imagine, Remember, Reflect, React, Art UK, retrieved 17 March 2019
  13. ^ "Bruce Castle Holocaust Sculpture", War Memorials Register, Imperial War Museums, retrieved 17 March 2019

Bibliography[edit]

  • Matthews, Peter (2012), London's Statues and Monuments, Botley: Shire Publications

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