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Statues in London

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This is a gallery of statues and sculptural groups in London.

Contents

Actors[edit]

  • Edward Alleyn
    (Louise Simson, 2005)
    Dulwich College

  • Sarah Siddons
    (L.-J. Chavalliaud, 1897)
    Paddington Green

  • Sir Henry Irving
    (Sir Thomas Brock, 1910)
    Charing Cross Road

  • Charlie Chaplin
    (John Doubleday, 1981)
    Leicester Square

  • Lord Olivier
    (Angela Conner, 2007)
    National Theatre

Animals[edit]

  • Lion and Unicorn
    (Grinling Gibbons, 1701)
    Hampton Court

  • South Bank Lion
    (W. F. Woodington, 1837)
    County Hall, South Bank

  • Lion
    (W. F. Woodington, 1837)
    Twickenham Stadium

  • Prehistoric creatures
    (Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins, 1852–4)
    Crystal Palace Park

  • Lions
    (Sir Edwin Landseer, 1867)
    Trafalgar Square

  • Guy the Gorilla
    (William Timym, 1982)
    London Zoo

  • Hodge
    (Jon Bickley, 1997)
    Gough Square

  • Eagle
    (William Reid Dick, 1922)
    RAF memorial, Victoria Embankment

  • Baby Tembo
    (Derrick Hudson, 2002)
    London School of Economics

  • Stephen and Stitt
    (after W. W. Wagstaff, 2002)
    HSBC Group, Canary Wharf

  • Isis
    (Simon Gudgeon, 2009)
    Hyde Park

  • Penguin
    (Yolanda vanderGaast, 2009)
    London School of Economics

  • Cats
    Hampstead Road, Camden Town

  • Queen's Beasts
    (James Woodford, 1958)
    Kew Gardens

  • King's Beasts
    Hampton Court

  • Eagle
    (Mieczysław Lubelski, 1947)
    Polish War Memorial, Northolt

Allegorical[edit]

  • Physical Energy
    (G. F. Watts; erected 1907)
    Kensington Gardens

  • Peace
    (Adrian Jones, 1908–12)
    Wellington Arch, Hyde Park Corner

Anonymous[edit]

  • The Building Worker
    Tower Hill

  • Bronze Woman
    Stockwell

  • The Black Friar
    Blackfriars, on pub

  • The Cordwainer
    Watling Street

  • The Gardener
    London Wall

  • Greek Runner
    St Peter’s Square, Hammersmith

  • The In-Penshioner
    Royal Hospital, Chelsea

  • Juggling Figure
    (Simon Stringer, 1994)
    Hoxton Market

  • The Meeting Place
    St Pancras Station

  • The Messenger
    (Allan Sly, 1993)
    St Mary's Hospital, Paddington

  • Out in the Fields
    Kew Gardens

  • A Sower
    Kew Gardens

  • The Window-Cleaner
    Edgware Road

  • Young Dancer
    Covent Garden

Architects[edit]

  • Andrea Palladio
    Chiswick House

  • Inigo Jones
    Chiswick House

  • Sir John Soane
    Bank of England

Artists[edit]

  • Terence Cuneo
    Waterloo station

  • William Hogarth
    Chiswick

  • Sir John Everett Millais
    Tate Britain

  • Sir Joshua Reynolds
    Royal Academy

  • James Abbott McNeill Whistler
    Chelsea Embankment

See also: Category:Dante Gabriel Rossetti Memorial.

Authors[edit]

  • John Bunyan
    Southampton Row

  • Thomas Carlyle
    Chelsea Embankment Gardens

  • Samuel Johnson
    St Clement Danes

  • Lord Byron
    Hyde Park Corner

Composers and musicians[edit]

  • Béla Bartók
    (Imre Varga, 2004)
    South Kensington

  • Fryderyk Chopin
    (Bronisław Kubica, 1975)
    Royal Festival Hall

  • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart
    (Philip Jackson, 1994)
    Orange Square, Belgravia

  • Amy Winehouse
    (Scott Eaton, 2014)
    Stables Market, Camden

See also: Category:Bust of Ralph Vaughan Williams, Chelsea Embankment Gardens.

Engineers[edit]

  • Isambard Kingdom Brunel
    Victoria Embankment

  • Isambard Kingdom Brunel
    Paddington station

  • Isambard Kingdom Brunel
    Brunel University, Uxbridge

  • James Henry Greathead
    Royal Exchange

  • Robert Stephenson
    Euston station

  • Richard Green
    (E. W. Wyon, 1866)
    Poplar Baths

  • Nigel Gresley
    (Hazel Reeves, 2016)
    King's Cross Station

Explorers[edit]

  • Captain James Cook
    (Sir Thomas Brock, 1914)
    The Mall

  • Captain James Cook
    (Sir Arthur Weller, 1994)
    National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

  • Sir Francis Drake
    (William McMillan, 1959)
    National Maritime Museum, Greenwich

  • Christopher Columbus
    Belgrave Square

  • David Livingstone
    (T. B. Huxley-Jones, 1953)
    Royal Geographical Society, Kensington

  • Robert Falcon Scott
    Waterloo Place

  • Captain John Smith
    (C. Renick afer W. Couper, 1960)
    Bow Churchyard

  • Matthew Flinders
    (Mark Richards, 2014)
    Euston Station

  • Ernest Shackleton
    Royal Geographical Society, Kensington

Fictional characters[edit]

  • Sherlock Holmes
    Baker Street tube station

  • Paddington Bear
    Paddington station

  • Peter Pan
    Kensington Gardens

  • Prospero and Ariel
    Broadcasting House

Mythological[edit]

  • The Rescue of Andromeda
    Tate Britain

  • Atlas
    Albert Embankment

  • Diana
    Hyde Park

  • Diana
    Bushy Park

  • Diana
    Green Park

  • The Death of Dirce
    Tate Britain

  • Hercules slaying the Dragon
    Kew Gardens

  • Minerva
    (Alan Collins, 1966)
    Southwark

  • Neptune
    10 Trinity Square, City of London

Merchants, businessmen and manufacturers[edit]

  • Sir Robert Clayton
    (Grinling Gibbons, 1702)
    St Thomas’Hospital

  • Sir Hugh Myddelton
    Islington Green

  • Thomas Guy
    (Peter Scheemakers, 1731)
    Guy’s Hospital

  • Robert Milligan
    (Richard Westmacott, 1813)
    Museum of London Docklands

  • Samuel Bourne Bevington
    Tooley Street, Southwark

  • Lord Nuffield
    Guy’s Hospital

Military leaders[edit]

British Army[edit]

  • Lord Alanbrooke
    (Ivor Roberts-Jones, 1993)
    Whitehall

  • Lord Alexander
    (James Butler, 1985)
    Wellington Barracks, Victoria

  • Charles George Gordon
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Earl Haig
    (Alfred Frank Hardiman, 1937)
    Whitehall

  • Sir Henry Havelock
    Trafalgar Square

  • Lord Kitchener
    (John Tweed, 1926)
    Horse Guards Road

  • Lord Montgomery
    (Oscar Nemon, 1980)
    Whitehall

  • Charles James Napier
    Trafalgar Square

  • Lord Napier
    (J. Edgar Boehm, 1891)
    Queen’s Gate, Kensington

  • Sir James Outram
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Lord Roberts
    (Henry Poole, 1924)
    Horse Guards Parade

  • Lord Slim
    (Ivor Roberts-Jones, 1990)
    Whitehall

  • Sir George Stuart White
    Portland Place, Fitzrovia

  • James Wolfe
    (R. Tait McKenzie, 1927)
    Greenwich Park

  • Lord Wolseley
    (William Goscombe John, 1920)
    Horse Guards Parade

Royal Navy[edit]

  • Admiral Lord Nelson
    Trafalgar Square

See also: Category:Arthur Phillip Memorial, Cannon Street Gardens, London. See also: Category:Busts in Trafalgar Square.

Royal Air Force[edit]

  • Lord Trenchard
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Lord Dowding
    St Clement Danes

  • Sir Arthur Harris
    St Clement Danes

  • Sir Keith Park
    Waterloo Place

  • Lord Portal
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

Other countries[edit]

  • Władysław Sikorski
    (Faith Winter, 2000)
    Portland Place

  • Ferdinand Foch
    Victoria Station

Poets[edit]

  • William Shakespeare
    (Giovanni Fontana, 1874)
    Leicester Square

  • John Milton
    St Giles-without-Cripplegate

  • Robert Burns
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Lord Byron
    Hyde Park Corner

  • John Keats
    Guy's Hospital

  • John Betjeman
    St Pancras station

See also: Category:John Donne Memorial.

Politicians[edit]

  • Francis Russell, Duke of Bedford
    Russell Square

  • Lord George Bentinck
    (Thomas Campbell, 1848)
    Cavendish Square

  • Richard Cobden
    Camden High Street

  • Spencer Compton, Duke of Devonshire
    Whitehall

  • William Edward Forster
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Charles James Fox
    Bloomsbury Square

  • Sir Henry Bartle Frere
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • William Huskisson
    St George’s Gardens, Pimlico

  • Sir Wilfrid Lawson
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Sir Simon Milton
    (Bruce Denny, 2014)
    Paddington Basin

  • Sir Sydney Waterlow
    Waterlow Park, Highgate

  • Sir Sydney Waterlow
    Palace Street, Westminster

  • Robert Grosvenor, Marquess of Westminster
    Wilton Crescent, Belgravia

  • John Wilkes
    (James Butler, 1988)
    Fetter Lane

Prime ministers of the United Kingdom[edit]

  • William Pitt the Younger
    Hanover Square

  • George Canning
    Parliament Square

  • Duke of Wellington
    Royal Exchange

  • Duke of Wellington
    Hyde Park Corner

  • Duke of Wellington
    Royal Arsenal, Woolwich

  • Robert Peel
    Parliament Square

  • The Earl of Derby
    Parliament Square

  • Lord Palmerston
    Parliament Square

  • Benjamin Disraeli
    Parliament Square

  • William Ewart Gladstone
    Bow Church

  • William Ewart Gladstone
    Strand

  • David Lloyd George
    Parliament Square

  • Winston Churchill
    Parliament Square

  • Winston Churchill
    Woodford Green

  • Clement Attlee
    Queen Mary University of London

Presidents of the United States[edit]

  • George Washington
    Trafalgar Square

  • Abraham Lincoln
    Parliament Square

  • Franklin Delano Roosevelt
    Grosvenor Square

  • Dwight Eisenhower
    Grosvenor Square

  • Ronald Reagan
    Grosvenor Square

Leaders of other countries[edit]

  • Charles de Gaulle
    Carlton Gardens

  • Mahatma Gandhi
    Parliament Square

  • Mahatma Gandhi
    Tavistock Square

  • Nelson Mandela
    Parliament Square

  • Francisco de Miranda
    Fitzroy Street

  • Simón Bolívar
    Belgrave Square

  • José de San Martín
    Belgrave Square

  • Bernardo O'Higgins
    Richmond Bridge, Richmond upon Thames

  • Jan Christiaan Smuts
    Parliament Square

  • The Emperor Trajan
    Tower Hill

Philosophers[edit]

  • Confucius
    Maughan Library, Chancery Lane

  • Thiruvalluvar
    SOAS, Bloomsbury

  • Sir Thomas More
    Old City of London School, Victoria Embankment

  • Sir Thomas More
    Corner of Serle St and Carey St, near Lincoln's Inn

  • Sir Thomas More
    Chelsea Old Church

  • Francis Bacon
    6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair

  • Francis Bacon
    Old City of London School, Victoria Embankment

  • Francis Bacon
    Gray's Inn

  • Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz
    6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair

  • John Locke
    6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair

  • Adam Smith
    6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair

  • Sigmund Freud
    Swiss Cottage

  • John Stuart Mill
    (Thomas Woolner, 1878)
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

Religious leaders[edit]

  • St Thomas Becket
    (Edward Bainbridge Copnall, 1973)
    St Paul’s Churchyard

  • William Tyndale
    (J. Edgar Boehm, 1884)
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • John Wesley
    Wesley’s Chapel, Shoreditch

  • John Wesley
    St Paul’s Churchyard

  • Robert Raikes
    (Sir Thomas Brock, 1880)
    Victoria Embankment Gardens

  • Isaac Watts
    Abney Park Cemetery

  • John Henry Newman (Léon-Joseph Chavaillaud, 1895)
    Brompton Oratory

  • William Booth
    William Booth College, Denmark Hill

  • Catherine Booth
    William Booth College, Denmark Hill

See also: Category:Bust of Basaveshwara, Albert Embankment.

Royalty[edit]

  • Boudica and her daughters (T. & H. Thornycroft, 1856–83)
    Westminster Pier

  • King Lud and his sons
    St Dunstan-in-the-West

  • Alfred the Great
    Trinity Church Square, Southwark

  • Richard I
    (Carlo Marochetti, 1856)
    Old Palace Yard, Westminster

  • Edward I
    National Westminster Bank, High Holborn

  • Henry VIII
    St Bartholomew's Hospital

  • Edward VI
    (Thomas Cartwright, 1682)
    St Thomas’ Hospital

  • Edward VI
    (Peter Scheemakers, 1736)
    St Thomas’ Hospital

  • Elizabeth I
    St Dunstan-in-the-West

  • Elizabeth I
    Harrow School

  • Elizabeth I
    (Matthew Spender, 2010)
    Westminster School

  • Mary Queen of Scots
    143 Fleet Street

  • James I and VI
    Temple Bar Gate, Paternoster Square

  • Anne of Denmark
    Temple Bar Gate, Paternoster Square

  • Charles I
    (Hubert Le Sueur, 1633)
    Charing Cross

  • Charles I
    Temple Bar Gate, Paternoster Square

  • Charles II
    Temple Bar Gate, Paternoster Square

  • Charles II
    Royal Hospital, Chelsea

  • Charles II
    (Caius Gabriel Cibber, 1681)
    Soho Square

  • James II and VII
    (Grinling Gibbons, 1686)
    Trafalgar Square

  • William III
    (John Bacon, Jr., 1807)
    St James's Square

  • William III
    Kensington Palace

  • Queen Anne
    Queen Anne's Gate

  • Queen Anne
    St Paul's Cathedral

  • Queen Anne
    Kingston upon Thames Market Hall

  • George II
    Old Royal Naval College

  • George II
    Golden Square

  • George III
    Somerset House

  • George III
    Pall Mall

  • Queen Charlotte
    Queen Square, Bloomsbury

  • George IV
    Trafalgar Square

  • Prince Frederick, Duke of York (Richard Westmacott, 1832–4) Waterloo Place

  • William IV (Samuel Nixon, 1845) King William Walk, Greenwich

  • Prince Edward, Duke of Kent (Sebastian Gahagan, 1824) Park Crescent

  • Queen Victoria
    Croydon

  • Queen Victoria
    Kensington Palace

  • Queen Victoria
    Victoria Square, Belgravia

  • Queen Victoria
    Blackfriars Bridge

  • Queen Victoria
    Carlton House Terrace

  • Queen Victoria
    Victoria Memorial, The Mall

  • Prince Albert
    Albert Memorial, Kensington

  • Prince Albert
    Holborn Circus

  • Prince Albert
    (Joseph Durham, 1863)
    Royal Albert Hall

  • Edward VII
    Waterloo Place

  • Edward VII
    Tooting Broadway

  • Edward VII
    National Westminster Bank, High Holborn

  • Queen Alexandra
    London Hospital, Mile End Road

  • George V
    Old Palace Yard, Westminster

  • George VI
    Carlton House Terrace

  • Queen Elizabeth The Queen Mother
    The Mall

Rulers of other countries[edit]

  • Henry the Navigator (Portugal)
    Belgrave Square

  • (Saint) Olaf II (Norway)
    Norway House, Cockspur Street

  • Peter the Great
    (Russia)
    Deptford

  • (Saint) Volodymyr the Great (Ukraine)
    Holland Park

Saints[edit]

  • St George and the Dragon
    Hyde Park

  • St George and the Dragon
    Dorset Rise, City of London

  • St George and the Dragon
    St John's Wood

  • St Mary
    St Mary's Church, Hampstead

  • St Michael the Archangel
    St Michael on Cornhill, City of London

  • St Paul
    St Paul's Churchyard, City of London

Social reformers[edit]

  • Fenner Brockway
    Red Lion Square

  • John Cartwright
    Cartwright Gardens, Bloomsbury

  • Thomas Coram
    Brunswick Square

  • Millicent Fawcett
    (Gillian Wearing, 2018)
    Parliament Square

  • Rowland Hill
    King Edward Street

  • Florence Nightingale
    Waterloo Place

  • Emmeline Pankhurst
    Victoria Tower Gardens

Scientists and naturalists[edit]

  • Georges Cuvier
    6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair

  • Carl Linnaeus
    6 Burlington Gardens, Mayfair

  • Charles Darwin
    Natural History Museum

  • Michael Faraday
    Savoy Place

  • Sir Isaac Newton
    British Library

  • Joseph Priestley
    30 Russell Square, Bloomsbury

  • Sir Peter Scott
    (Nicola Godden, 2000)
    London Wetland Centre, Barnes

  • Alfred Russel Wallace
    Natural History Museum

Sportspeople[edit]

  • boxing
    Teddy Baldock
    Langdon Park, Poplar

  • cricket
    W. G. Grace
    (Louis Laumen, 2000)
    Lord's

  • football
    Tony Adams
    Emirates Stadium, Islington

  • football
    Sam Bartram
    The Valley, Charlton

  • football
    Johnny Haynes
    Craven Cottage, Fulham

  • football
    Bobby Moore
    (Philip Jackson, 2003)
    Wembley Stadium

  • football
    World Cup Sculpture: Bobby Moore, Geoff Hurst, Martin Peters and Ray Wilson (Philip Jackson, 2003) Upton Park, West Ham

  • rugby
    Line-Out
    (Gerald Laing, 2010)
    Twickenham Stadium

  • tennis
    Fred Perry
    (David Wynne, 1984)
    Wimbledon

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